2013 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to packaging for high performance computing systems
Paul W. Coteus mainly focuses on Massively parallel, Integrated circuit, Supercomputer, Electrical engineering and Electronic engineering. The Massively parallel study combines topics in areas such as IBM, Blue gene and Node. Paul W. Coteus interconnects Integrated circuit design, Structure, Layer and Interconnection in the investigation of issues within Integrated circuit.
His work deals with themes such as Software, Application-specific integrated circuit and Network packet, which intersect with Supercomputer. He has researched Electrical engineering in several fields, including Interface, Smart memory and Offset. His Electronic engineering research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Busbar, Interleaved memory, Electric power transmission and Inductive coupling.
His primary areas of study are Electrical engineering, Computer hardware, Electronic engineering, Optoelectronics and Chip. Paul W. Coteus studied Electrical engineering and Interposer that intersect with Transverse plane and Plane. In most of his Computer hardware studies, his work intersects topics such as Embedded system.
His studies examine the connections between Electronic engineering and genetics, as well as such issues in Integrated circuit, with regards to Supercomputer. His Optoelectronics research includes themes of Layer and Substrate. His study in Chip is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Mechanical engineering, Electrical conductor and Lead frame.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Electrical engineering, Inductor, Printed circuit board, Electronic engineering and Memory module. Paul W. Coteus applies his multidisciplinary studies on Electrical engineering and Anode in his research. His Inductor research incorporates elements of Planar, Transformer, Sense and Inductance.
His research integrates issues of Electrical contacts, Substrate, Topology and Electrical conductor in his study of Printed circuit board. The concepts of his Electronic engineering study are interwoven with issues in Network link, Computer network, Network packet and Power mode. Memory module is a subfield of Computer hardware that Paul W. Coteus studies.
His primary areas of study are Current, Control theory, Electronic engineering, MOSFET and Composite material. The various areas that Paul W. Coteus examines in his Control theory study include Clock skew, Clock domain crossing, Synchronous circuit, Phase and Quadrature. Paul W. Coteus has researched Electronic engineering in several fields, including Network link, Computer network, Network packet, Power mode and Power management.
His Composite material research includes themes of Electronic component, Planar and Structural engineering. His work carried out in the field of Structural engineering brings together such families of science as Conductive materials, Flexibility and Heat sink. Capacitor is a subfield of Electrical engineering that Paul W. Coteus tackles.
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Massively parallel supercomputer
Matthias A. Blumrich;Dong Chen;George L. Chiu;Thomas M. Cipolla.
An Overview of the BlueGene/L Supercomputer
N.R. Adiga;G. Almasi;G.S. Almasi;Y. Aridor.
conference on high performance computing (supercomputing) (2002)
Overview of the Blue Gene/L system architecture
A. Gara;M. A. Blumrich;D. Chen;G. L.-T. Chiu.
Ibm Journal of Research and Development (2005)
When are transmission-line effects important for on-chip interconnections?
A. Deutsch;G.V. Kopcsay;P.J. Restle;H.H. Smith.
IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques (1997)
Blue Gene/L torus interconnection network
N. R. Adiga;M. A. Blumrich;D. Chen;P. Coteus.
Ibm Journal of Research and Development (2005)
Multi-petascale highly efficient parallel supercomputer
Sameh Asaad;Ralph E. Bellofatto;Michael A. Blocksome;Matthias A. Blumrich.
Addressing failures in exascale computing
Marc Snir;Robert W Wisniewski;Jacob A Abraham;Sarita V Adve.
ieee international conference on high performance computing data and analytics (2014)
The IBM Blue Gene/Q Compute Chip
Ruud A. Haring;Martin Ohmacht;Thomas W. Fox;Michael K. Gschwind.
IEEE Micro (2012)
Blue Gene: a vision for protein science using a petaflop supercomputer
F. Allen;G. Almasi;W. Andreoni;D. Beece.
Ibm Systems Journal (2001)
RFID integrated in electronic assets
Michael John Brady;Paul W. Coteus;Dah-Weih Duan;Venkata S. R. Kodukula.
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