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Kevin Skadron is an associate professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Virginia. Skadron's research interests focus on power- and temperature-aware design challenges and programming models for multicore/manycore architectures, including graphics architectures. He is co-creator of the popular HotSpot, HotLeakage, and Qsilver modeling tools. Skadron has a PhD in computer science from Princeton University and BS and BA degrees in Electrical and Computer Engineering and Economics from Rice University. He served as technical program co-chair for PACT 2006, general co-chair for MICRO 2004 and PACT 2002. He is also co-founder and associate editor-in-chief of IEEE Computer Architecture Letters, on the editorial board of IEEE Micro, is Secretary-Treasurer of ACM SIGARCH, and is a senior member of the ACM and IEEE. He is on sabbatical with NVIDIA Research through August 2008.
For more information on Kevin’s research: http://www.cs.virginia.edu/~skadron