Distinguished Engineer and Professor Emeritus - Google, U.C. Berkeley
David Patterson received BA, MS, and PhD degrees from UCLA. He is a UC Berkeley Pardee professor emeritus, a Google distinguished engineer, the RIOS Laboratory Director, and the RISC-V International Vice-Chair. His most influential Berkeley projects likely were RISC and RAID. He received service awards for his roles as ACM President, Berkeley CS Division Chair, and CRA Chair and awards for his teaching. The most prominent of his seven books is Computer Architecture: A Quantitative Approach. He and his co-author John Hennessy shared the 2017 ACM A.M Turing Award, the 2021 BBVA Foundation Frontiers of Knowledge Award, and the 2022 NAE Charles Stark Draper Prize for Engineering. The Turing Award is often referred to as the “Nobel Prize of Computing” and the Draper Prize is known as a “Nobel Prize of Engineering.”
David Patterson's publications
Reducing the carbon emissions of AI
Practitioners can dramatically lower the carbon footprint of ML by choosing the best options for the “4Ms”.
April 12, 2022 — 4 min read
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