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Victor Lee (victor.w.lee at intel.com) is a principal engineer and research scientist at Intel’s Parallel Computing Lab. His research interests include emerging applications, application analysis and auto-tuning as well as computer architecture. He is currently working on analyzing the HW/SW interactions between HPC/Big-data applications and modern processor architecture and on developing innovative architecture features to improve application and processor (performance and energy) efficiency. Victor received a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from University of Washington in 1994, S.M. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1996. He joined Intel in 1997 and had worked on many Intel processors include Intel Pentium Pro, Intel Pentium 4, and Intel Itanium processors. In 2002, Victor moved to Intel Labs and spearheaded the many-core research which eventually lead to the Intel Many Integrated Core architecture and the first Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor product.He is a senior member of IEEE. He has 30+ professional publications, 15+ granted patents and more than 30 pending patent applications worldwide.
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