Conference 3 Dec - 6 Dec Exhibition 4 Dec - 6 Dec


    Keynote: The Evolution of Mobile Graphics and the Potential Impact on Interactive Applications

    Day 2

    Thursday, 04 December

    11:00 - 12:15

    Rose Hall 1


    Dr. Michael Shebanow, Vice President, Advanced Processor Lab at Samsung Research America

    Michael Shebanow joined Samsung Research America in 2012 where he is VP of the Advanced Processor Lab (APL) in San Jose, CA. At APL, he is managing a multi-site team developing GPU IP. Before that, he was with NVIDIA where he worked on the Tesla product family (G80, GeForce 68xx series), was one of the lead architects of the Fermi (GF100) family where he managed the shader processor architecture team (covered 5 blocks including the SM & L1), then part of the NVResearch group investigating next generation graphics and unified programming models for GPUs (similar to Mantle), and finally briefly with Project Denver (NVIDIA ARM processor). Prior to NVIDIA, he managed the development of a number of processors in multiple architecture families (x86-32, x86-64, SPARC v9, 68k, m88k), and was one of three representatives representing Motorola in the Power PC architecture definition committee. While a graduate student at UC Berkeley, he was one of the original developers of HPS (superscalar, dynamically scheduled processor architectures) (started 1984). He holds 38 patents in graphics, processor design, and disk controller areas, with an additional 15 applications filed and in progress. Michael holds a BSEE and a Ph.D. in Computer Science, both from UC Berkeley; and he is a senior member of the IEEE and a member of ACM.

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