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Vivienne Sze: Efficient Computing for AI and Robotics

Virtual Computer Architecture Seminar

Event Details

Tuesday, September 29, 2020
4-5 p.m.

Abstract:  Abstract TBD from work of: The Energy-Efficient Multimedia Systems Group aims to develop and implement energy-efficient and high-performance systems for multimedia applications such as machine learning, computer vision, video compression and imaging. We focus on the joint design of algorithms, architectures, circuits and systems to enable optimal tradeoffs between power, speed, and quality of result. Accordingly, our work traverses various levels of abstraction from energy-aware algorithm development for signal processing to efficient architecture design and low-power VLSI circuit implementation.

Biography: Vivienne Sze ( is an Associate Professor in the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department at MIT. Her research interests include energy efficient algorithms and architectures for portable multimedia applications.