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About Matthew Tolentino

I am a Research Scientist at Intel where I've worked on developing, analyzing, and architecting high-end server platforms since 2000. I'm also an Affiliate Assistant Professor at University of Washington, where I often teach classes on Computer Architecture, Operating Systems, and Distributed Systems. In the winter months, when not in an office or a class room, I can be found skiing somewhere in the Cascades with my family. I'm usually not too hard to spot as I'm a Volunteer Ski Patroller at White Pass.

I am interested in hardware architectures, system software (firmware, operating systems, middleware, and novel applications), and tools for efficiently exploiting the computational capacity of high-end computing systems. My recent research has focused on realizing performance and energy efficiencies in HPC systems, characterizing and modeling emerging server workloads to drive architectural advances, and developing high-throughput fabric technologies.


Present Assistant Professor, University of Washington Tacoma Institute of Technology

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