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Thomas Chau

Thomas Chau




I am currently a NPU architect at Neubla, leading the development of hardware architecture for machine learning. I was a senior research scientist at Samsung AI Centre in Cambridge with a focus on co-design of hardware and deep neural network. Before that, I was with Intel Programmable Solution Group (formerly Altera) and the Research and Development Department of ARM.

I obtained my PhD in Computing at Imperial College London in 2014, under the supervision of Professor Wayne Luk. Before that, I received my BEng and MPhil degrees in Computer Science and Engineering from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, in 2008 and 2010, respectively. My research was about FPGA acceleration of sequential Monte Carlo method (particle filter) and Proximity Query process. See my publications, DBLP list and Google Scholar Citations for details.




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