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Senior Manager, Data Centric High Performance Computing
Thomas J. Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights, NY USA


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Professional Associations:  ACM  |  ACM Distinguished Speaker   |  ACM SIGARCH  |  ACM SIGMICRO  |  IEEE   |  IEEE Computer Society


Jaime H. Moreno is Senior Manager, Data Centric High Performance Computing, Data Centric Systems department, at IBM Research. His department addresses challenges and innovations in applications, hardware and systems co-design for Data Centric Systems, with emphasys on the next-generation IBM supercomputers represented by the CORAL systems and their follow-ons.

Previously, he was Worldwide Technology and Operations Manager, Computing as a Service, at IBM Research, responsible of operations management for an organization with a broad range of technical disciplines. Before that, he was Senior Manager, Microprocessor Architecture, at IBM Research, in charge of a team performing research on processor architecture and microarchitecture, and optimizing compiler technology. He also was Research Relationship Manager with academic institutions, and Co-PI for a DOE-sponsored research program.

He joined the IBM Research Division in 1992, where he has performed research on a variety of microprocessor architecture and performance analysis topics, including high-end server microprocessors, game processors, low-power embedded processors and digital signal processors, efforts addressing the full range of IBM processors and systems.

In addition to multiple publications in journals and conferences, Jaime is coauthor of the books "Introduction to Digital Systems" (Wiley, 1999) and "Matrix Computations on Systolic-Type Arrays (Kluwer, 1992). He holds 17 patents in processor architecture, has been recognized as Master Inventor at IBM Research, and is member of the IBM Academy of Technology.

Before joining IBM Research, Jaime was a faculty member at the Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Concepcion, Chile. He received his Ph.D. and M.S. degrees in Computer Science from the University of California Los Angeles, and a degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Concepcion, Chile.