Intel opens platform for EECS researcher’s groundbreaking work

Intel Corporation recently made approximately 30 cutting-edge heterogenous hardware platforms available for use to researchers selected for the second round of its Hardware Accelerator Research Program. And an MU College of Engineering computer scientist was one of the select few chosen from a worldwide pool to work on these next-generation platforms.

Bill Harrison, an associate professor in the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department, will have the opportunity to do groundbreaking research on Intel’s most advanced hardware, beginning in February. He’ll be working on a platform that combines an Intel microprocessor and an Altera Arria-10 Field Programmable Gate Array, or FPGA.

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