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2017 GTC San Jose

Trevor Gale

Student, Northeastern University

Speaker Bio

Trevor Gale is a computer engineering student at Northeastern University. His interests include high performance computing, machine learning, and general-purpose graphics processors. He has previously worked on scalable deep neural network training on many-GPU distributed systems, developed graph algorithms for GPU clusters, and built tools to study the memory reliability of GPUs. In 2016, Trevor interned at Samsung Research America on the General-Purpose Acceleration Framework team, where he worked on the dMath distributed mathematics library and the Expresso deep learning framework.

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