Ravi Iyer is a Senior Principal Engineer and Director of the SoC Platform Architecture group in Intel Labs. He conducts research on future SoC and CMP architectures, ultra-small cores, accelerators, innovative cache/memory hierarchies, interconnect fabrics, workload characterization, emerging devices, and power/performance evaluation. Ravi is also the Managing Sponsor for two research centers: the Intel Science and Technology Center for Embedded Computing (ISTC-EC) at Carnegie Mellon University and the Intel Collaborative Research Institute for Computational Intelligence (ICRI-CI) in Israel. Ravi frequently participates in journals, conferences and workshops. He has published 140+ technical papers and has 40+ patent applications pending. Ravi is currently an associate editor for ACM TACO.
He recently served as the General Co-Chair for ISCA 2011 and the Program Co-Chair for ANCS 2010. Ravi has served on program committees for many conferences (MICRO, HPCA, PACT, ISPASS and others) and has co-chaired several workshops (SHAW, CAECW, BEACON). He collaborates with several academic groups on architecture research for CMP and SoC platforms. He has also mentored and advised Ph.D students and has sat on several dissertation committees. Ravi received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from Texas A&M University. Ravi is a senior member of the IEEE.