Department of Computer Science

Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, University of Tokyo


Kamil Rocki, Ph.D.

I graduated from University of Tokyo in 2011 and moved to Silicon Valley in 2013. Currently, I am working on CUDA Math Libraries at NVIDIA. Before that, I was a member of Brain-Machine-Interface team at Neuralink. Previously, I have programmed the largest computer chip (waferscale) built to date at Cerebras Systems. And prior to that, I have spent 5 years at IBM Research Almaden in Machine Intelligence group, where I was involved in multiple projects spanning Machine Learning, Performance Optimization and Hardware design. I am often asked to classify what I do as software or hardware research, but to me computer science means both. Therefore, I work on ideas which bring artificial intelligence, hardware and software together.

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Demystifying Computer Architecture