Matthew Haycock: Biography
Director, Architecture and Design Research, Intel Labs
Matthew Haycock is the director of Architecture and Design Research in Intel Labs. This research lab is focused on exploring and developing silicon architecture, circuit, and design innovations that will enable future capabilities and experiences across all segments of computing.
In previous roles at Intel, Matt led the Circuit Research Lab (CRL) in Intel Labs and was a Principal Engineer and a member of the research staff in CRL which he helped establish in 1996. Matt also led Intel Labs’ transition from tablet-based university research to the US university-based Intel Science and Technology Centers (ISTCs). Prior to joining Intel, Matt was with Philips Semiconductors for 12 years, working on device characterization, product engineering, and design of bipolar and CMOS bus interface components.
Matt holds 32 patents in the areas of I/O circuits and test methods, and is the recipient of an Intel Achievement Award, Intel’s highest individual recognition. He holds B.S. and M.S. degrees in electrical engineering from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah.