Knowm Collaborates with Pioneer Dr. Dhireesha Kudithipudi at RIT
As Knowm Inc. moves from AHaH Computing theory to the production of memristive Thermodynamic RAM (kT-RAM) we must work with the most experienced, intelligent and creative minds in the field. Few (if any) have amassed as much experience designing and simulating neuromemristive systems as Dr. Kudithipudi and her team and RIT. In fact, she is the originator of the term “neuromemristive”! The kT-RAM project requires spanning a large swath of the technology stack, from the modeling, design and characterization of neuromemristive circuits all the way to emulation of kT-RAM on high performance digital computing systems such as FPGAs, GPUs and mesh CPU processors. Dr. Kudithipudi and her team are one of a small number of groups capable of spanning the technology stack.
Dr. Kudithipudi received her B.S. in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from Nagarjuna University in India. She completed her M.S. in Computer Engineering from Wright State University and her Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from University of Texas, San Antonio. Professor Kudithipudi’s research focuses on ultra-low power circuits and architectures, thermal management in multi-core architectures and 3D-ICs, emerging memory technologies, and design of biologically inspired architectures. Her work comprises design methodologies for 3D-ICs, circuits and architectures that are agnostic to a specific technology. Dr. Kudithipudi’s work on low power techniques and emerging devices such as memristors has impacted several applications including sensors, pace makers, RFIDs, cryptographic processors, and high-end computing systems.
- Alex’s talk about AHaH Computing at RIT on April 9th 2015: http://knowm.org/introduction-to-ahah-computing-rochester-institute-of-technology/
- Knowm’s SENSE Server for Knowm Development Program collaborators: http://knowm.org/product/sense-server/