Professor Andrew A. Chien ( Brief Biography )
@ The University of Chicago Argonne National Laboratory Association for Computing (ACM)
  • Andrew's Research Interests and Group (LSSG) (see above navigation)
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  • Contact: achien "at" cs uchicago edu, Office: 339 Crerar
  • Engagements 2020
    • 10/15 CERES Research Summit (Chicago, virtual)
    • 10/18-24 IEEE Services 2020 Conference (Beijing - virtual)
    • 11/11 Cerebras CS-1 Seminar (Rob Schreiber) (at Argonne)
    • 11/15-20 SC Conference (Atlanta, GA)
    • 12/11 Talk @ Microsoft Sustainability Seminar (MSR)
    • 1/15/21 Talk: Zero-carbon Cloud and Sustainability (Facebook Rsch)
    • 1/28/21 Talk: LSSG Research on Computational Storage (Samsung Rsch MSL, San Jose)
    • 2/5/21 Talk: Zero-carbon Cloud and Sustainability (Google)
    • 3/16-18 DOE Workshop on Reimagining Co-design (virtual)
    • 4/26-29/2021 Eurosys Conference (virtual)
    • 5/16-5/21 Dagstuhl Seminar on Serverless Computing (Germany/Virtual)
    • 5/22-26/2021 ACM/IEEE ISCA (Valencia, Spain)
    • 6/21-24/2021 ACM/IEEE HPDC Conference (Stockholm)
    • 6/28-7/2/2021 ACM E-energy Conference (Torino, Italy)
    • 7/7-10/2021 IEEE ICDCS (Washington, DC)
    • 8/?/2021 ICPP Conference (Chicago)
    • 11/13-18/2021 Supercomputing (Dallas, TX)
    • ... for more historical activities...
    Andrew is an ACM Fellow (2004), IEEE Fellow (2006), AAAS Fellow (2007), and an NSF Young Investigator (1994). He has received numerous awards and recognitions for his research. He served as Intel Vice President of Research from 2005-2010, and also on Advisory Boards of numerous Universities (Stanford, UC Berkeley, University of Washington, Ecole Polytechnique Federale Lausanne, University of Virginia), Government Agencies (National Science Foundation, Department of Energy), the Computing Research Association (CRA), and numerous companies (Intel, Samsung, Huawei, Lancium).  See his Brief Biography.

    Dr. Chien and his group gratefully acknowledge support from the National Science Foundation, Department of Energy, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, Office of Naval Research, as well as Intel, AT&T, Motorola, Qualcomm, Alcatel, Hewlett-Packard, Sun Microsystems, Big Bangwidth, Microsoft, Nvidia. Agilent, Keysight, Samsung, Huawei, NetApp, and Citadel.