I am applying to graduate school to explore how best to physically implement computation
and how best to pass on what I learn to others. As physical devices get pushed to
their limits, new design paradigms have begun to emerge across the spectrum of hardware
architectures. This spectrum spans from prominent software-programmable devices, such
as many-core CPUs and modern GPUs, to hardware-programmable technologies such as
FPGAs. I am fascinated with the design challenges inherent in these and other types of
devices and want to contribute to meeting these challenges. My eventual goal is to share
what I learn with others, as a professor. Discovery and education are equally important
at a time when computer science as a field is advancing a great deal. I want to contribute
to this ongoing revolution by learning about different ways to physically implement computation,
while giving back to the current and next generation as an educator.
How to implement computation involves design decisions from the application to
the hardware architecture level. As non-parallel CPU performance is no longer scaling
with time, these devices are evolving to support higher core counts and more elaborate
system interconnects. I want to learn how these next-generation compute engines can
be designed to support next-generation applications. Furthermore, I would like to study
how novel architectures can support different applications sharing similar computational
needs. Novel architectures can…
to gender within the school system and workforce. The purpose of the current research is to examine whether luck or skill play a role in perceiving who would be accepted into graduate school, and if the perception of…
graduating from college to become one of the primary goals of most people. And there are people from children and to know that they will study large so make your primary goal in life is to graduate to have many benefits such as better opportunities, better lifestyle, better pay, better employment, among other benefits. However for some people as well as the graduate school means to them all; for others it is just another step to fulfill the obligation of what their parents expect of them. But…
Career/work comparison of College graduates and High School graduates
“Our children are our future!” most people say. All of us have heard this statement before since we were little kids, but are kids really our future or is it just a stereotype passed on through generations? They should be having fun but at the same time, parents should also look after them and guide them to be prepared for the challenges of the real world when looking for a good job. Nowadays, kids choose to stay home and…
growth up into a little boy who have a curiosity to see how big the world. I was born in art-oriented family which my mom was a conductor, and my dad is an architect. Then I have a little sister who was taken art major as her career path. In this case, people should know that art is in my blood.
As a little boy, I spent my life mostly on music and art. I took the drawing and music lesson in order to fulfill my art desire and mostly to expand my talent. Exclusively for music, I start it since 5…
capable of achieving anything. During my last two years of high school, I realized that she was utterly right. With the remorse of not taking advantage of school, I finally took my mother’s advice and started investing my time in reading books, music, and school. Thereafter, I’ve been progressing in my grades and knowledge. The amount of love and support my mother…
store to helping animals in shelters, volunteering is everywhere. Nowadays, schools implement volunteering service hours as a requirement for graduation. And though there are many benefits to just volunteering in general, others find it unfair and should not be a requirement to graduate. I believe schools should not require volunteer service hours for students to be able to graduate.
Life moves on with or without you, regardless of who you are, what you do, or even what goes on around you.…
We all arrived here just four short years ago, and now it's time to leave. Time really does fly by fast. Just yesterday we were all just freshman don't know where classrooms were, and looking generally clue less to all the upperclassmen. Now we are here as a senior, and we are here today to graduate high school. Ready to move forward into the world. Today I want to say to everyone about our experiences in high school years, and to say thank you and goodbye to everyone.
When I think about high…
Is college worth it? Should I go? What do I want to major in? These questions were quite common in my head my Senior year.
Earlier this year, I successfully passed through one milestone in my life: Graduate High School.
Don’t get me wrong, high school was a breeze for me. I didn’t struggle terribly. I was ranked in the Top 10 students in my class, helped take my softball team to State two years in a row, and got along well with all my classmates and teachers.
One thing I didn’t do in high…
"I doubt she will ever graduate high school" was a sentence expressed to my family members, it was regarding me. These discouraging words were spoken out of the mouth of my own father. While eavesdropping I overheard this statement when I was in my freshman year, and I believed him. The thought of not graduating replayed in my head throughout the majority of my high school career. For an extensive period of time, that statement prevented me from reaching my full potential. Suddenly I realized…