2023 - Research.com Electronics and Electrical Engineering in United States Leader Award
2011 - Semiconductor Industry Association University Researcher Award
2008 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
2007 - Member of the National Academy of Engineering For leadership in high-bandwidth memory-interface technology and in scalable cache-coherent multiprocessor architectures.
2006 - IEEE Donald O. Pederson Award in Solid-State Circuits “For pioneering contributions to the design of high-performance digital integrated circuits and systems.”
2003 - ACM Fellow For contributions to multiprocessor architecture.
Mark Horowitz mostly deals with Electronic engineering, CMOS, Electrical engineering, Computer hardware and Artificial intelligence. His Electronic engineering study combines topics in areas such as Chip, Phase-locked loop, Signal, Transceiver and Switched-mode power supply. Mark Horowitz interconnects Die, Jitter, Multiplexer, Clock rate and Circuit design in the investigation of issues within CMOS.
His work deals with themes such as Transfer and Scaling, which intersect with Electrical engineering. His work in Computer hardware covers topics such as Embedded system which are related to areas like Overhead, Memory bandwidth and Efficient energy use. His Artificial intelligence research focuses on Computer vision and how it relates to Computer graphics.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Electronic engineering, Computer hardware, Electrical engineering, CMOS and Integrated circuit. His studies examine the connections between Electronic engineering and genetics, as well as such issues in Transmitter, with regards to Equalization. He studies Transistor, a branch of Electrical engineering.
In his research, Embedded system is intimately related to Chip, which falls under the overarching field of CMOS. Integrated circuit is closely attributed to Value in his research. His Clock domain crossing study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Clock gating and Digital clock manager.
His main research concerns Computer hardware, Electronic engineering, Parallel computing, Efficient energy use and Transmitter. He combines subjects such as Analog-to-digital converter, Jitter and Effective number of bits with his study of Computer hardware. His work carried out in the field of Electronic engineering brings together such families of science as Analogue electronics, Piecewise linear function and Analog device.
His studies in Parallel computing integrate themes in fields like Register file and Scalability. The concepts of his Efficient energy use study are interwoven with issues in Dram, Artificial neural network, Artificial intelligence, Image processing and Scheduling. His Transmitter research incorporates themes from Controller, Memory controller and Integrated circuit.
Mark Horowitz mainly investigates Efficient energy use, Parallel computing, Computer hardware, Image processing and Dataflow. His research on Efficient energy use also deals with topics like
His research in Computer hardware intersects with topics in Signal lines, Error detection code, Generator, Controller and Transmitter. The Scheduling study which covers Compiler that intersects with Embedded system. The study incorporates disciplines such as Computer vision and Pattern recognition in addition to Artificial intelligence.
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Light field photography with a hand-held plenoptic camera
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Stanford University CSTR (2005)
EIE: efficient inference engine on compressed deep neural network
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international symposium on computer architecture (2016)
The future of wires
R. Ho;K.W. Mai;M.A. Horowitz.
Proceedings of the IEEE (2001)
The Stanford Dash multiprocessor
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IEEE Computer (1992)
High performance imaging using large camera arrays
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international conference on computer graphics and interactive techniques (2005)
Signal Delay in RC Tree Networks
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IEEE Transactions on Computer-Aided Design of Integrated Circuits and Systems (1983)
1.1 Computing's energy problem (and what we can do about it)
international solid-state circuits conference (2014)
Light field microscopy
Marc Levoy;Ren Ng;Andrew Adams;Matthew Footer.
international conference on computer graphics and interactive techniques (2006)
Architectural support for copy and tamper-resistant software
David Lie Chandramohan Thekkath;Mark Mitchell;Patrick Lincoln;Dan Boneh.
Forwarding metamorphosis: fast programmable match-action processing in hardware for SDN
Pat Bosshart;Glen Gibb;Hun-Seok Kim;George Varghese.
acm special interest group on data communication (2013)
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