Christopher Torng is a Postdoctoral Researcher in Electrical Engineering at Stanford University working with Mark Horowitz. He received his Ph.D. degree in 2019, M.S. degree in 2016, and B.S degree in 2012 in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Cornell University. Chris's current research interests are in specialized systems that are co-designed across software, architecture, and VLSI to unify emerging applications with emerging technologies. His activities have resulted in a selection as a Rising Star in Computer Architecture (2018) by Georgia Tech and an IEEE MICRO Top Pick from Hot Chips (2018). He has also been involved with six research test chips that support his research, and he was the project or university lead for three of the chips.
Mark Horowitz, Postdoctoral Faculty Sponsor