\ Fred Chong

Recent Papers

  1. Yongshan Ding, Adam Holmes, Ali Javadi-Abhari, Diana Franklin, Margaret Martonosi, and Frederic T. Chong. Magic-State Functional Units: Mapping and Scheduling Multi-Level Distillation Circuits for Fault-Tolerant Quantum Architectures, International Symposium on Microarchitecture. October 2018. Fukuoka, Japan.
  2. Weilong Cui, Yongshan Ding, Deeksha Dangwal, Adam Holmes, Joseph McMahan, Ali Javadi-Abhari, Georgios Tzimpragos, Frederic T. Chong, and Timothy Sherwood. Charm: A Language for Closed-form High-level Architecture Modeling, In the proceedings of the 45th Annual Intl. Symposium on Computer Architecture (ISCA), June 2018. Los Angeles, California.
  3. Ali Javadi-Abhari, Pranav Gokhale, Adam Holmes, Diana Franklin, Ken Brown, Margaret Martonosi, and Frederic T. Chong. Optimized Surface Code Communication in Superconducting Quantum Computers, International Symposium on Microarchitecture. November 2017. Boston, MA.
  4. Zhaoxia Deng, Lunkai Zhang, Nikita Mishra, Henry Hoffman and Frederic T. Chong. Memory Cocktail Therapy: A General Learning-Based Framework to Optimize Dynamic Tradeoffs in NVMs, International Symposium on Microarchitecture. November 2017. Boston, MA.
  5. Frederic T. Chong, Diana Franklin, and Margaret Martonosi. Programming Languages and Compiler Design for Realistic Quantum Hardware , Nature. September 2017.
  6. Zhaoxia Deng, Ariel Feldman, Stuart A. Kurtz, and Frederic T. Chong. Lemonade from Lemons: Harnessing Device Wearout to Create Limited-Use Security Architectures, In the proceedings of the 44rd Annual Intl. Symposium on Computer Architecture (ISCA) , June 2017. Toronto, Canada.

Bio

Fred Chong is the Seymour Goodman Professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Chicago. He is also Lead Principal Investigator for the EPiQC Project (Enabling Practical-scale Quantum Computing), an NSF Expedition in Computing. Chong received his Ph.D. from MIT in 1996 and was a faculty member and Chancellor's fellow at UC Davis from 1997-2005. He was also a Professor of Computer Science, Director of Computer Engineering, and Director of the Greenscale Center for Energy-Efficient Computing at UCSB from 2005-2015. He is a recipient of the NSF CAREER award and 6 best paper awards. His research interests include emerging technologies for computing, quantum computing, multicore and embedded architectures, computer security, and sustainable computing. Prof. Chong has been funded by NSF, Intel, Google, AFOSR, IARPA, DARPA, Mitsubishi, Altera and Xilinx. He has led or co-led over $31M in awarded research, and been co-PI on an additional $25M.