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I am an applied mathematician by training and an engineer by genetics, following in my father’s and two grandfathers’ footsteps.
— Karl Kempf, Intel Fellow and director of decision engineering, Intel Architecture Group

Kempf is Intel’s Math Master who fires up exotic mathematical models to figure out all kinds of stuff — such as where product engineers can do us the most good, or how to manage the valuable IP blocks in system-on-a-chip (SoC) products. And Kempf helps figure out — often amidst hundreds of competing ideas — where budget dollars would best be spent.

I am an applied mathematician by training and an engineer by genetics, following in my father’s and two grandfathers’ footsteps.

— Karl Kempf, Intel Fellow and director of decision engineering, Intel Architecture Group

Kempf is Intel’s Math Master who fires up exotic mathematical models to figure out all kinds of stuff — such as where product engineers can do us the most good, or how to manage the valuable IP blocks in system-on-a-chip (SoC) products. And Kempf helps figure out — often amidst hundreds of competing ideas — where budget dollars would best be spent.

Posted 1 year ago. Tagged with mathmatics, math, Intel, science, numbers man, chip design, technology, Karl Kempf, .

Patterns of Predicting the End of Moore’s Law — VLSI Research’s Dan Hutcheson describes why young engineers want to prove wrong seasoned engineers. Video by IntelFreePress.

A more in-depth interview with Hutcheson: What’s the Outlook for the Semiconductor Industry?

Posted 1 year ago. Tagged with technology, engineers, chip making, Moore's Law, chip design, computers, .