CSL PhD student wins Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship
According to the Qualcomm website, the fellowship recognizes, rewards, and mentors PhD students based on their core values of innovation, execution, and teamwork. This fellowship enables graduate students to be mentored by Qualcomm engineers and supports them in their journey to achieving their research goals.
"The award is very well-deserved. Matt is an extraordinary student with uncommon technical depth and breadth. I cannot imagine a better student to lead this project that requires us to think through the entire computing stack - all the way from the programming model to hardware prototyping," said Tomei's advisor, CSL and ECE Associate Professor Rakesh Kumar. "The fellowship is yet another recognition for Matt's work on waferscale computing that has already generated significant interest."