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Kyle Rupnow

Kyle Rupnow
Kyle Rupnow
Former Senior Research Scientist
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Kyle Rupnow is a former Senior Research Scientist at ADSC. He previously received a Sandia National Laboratories Excellence in Engineering Fellowship and an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship honorable mention. He is also a recipient of the Gerald Holdridge award for Tutorial Development and the University of Wisconsin-Madison Capstone Ph.D. teaching award.

Research Interests: Embedded systems architectures (applications, core architectures design, system architecture design, systems-on-chip, operating systems, cyber-physical systems) and computer architecture (hardware techniques in microprocessors, graphics processors, DSP, and reconfigurable chip design; heterogeneous computing)

ADSC Project:

Education:

  • Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2010
  • M.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2006
  • B.S. in Computer Engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2003

Experience:

  • Sandia National Laboratories, Summer Program: 2005, 2006, 2007

Publications and Patents:

  • Conference Papers & Short Papers
    • K. Rupnow, A. Rodrigues, K. Underwood, and K. Compton, "Scientific Applications vs. SPEC-FP: A Comparison of Program Behavior," ICS, 2006, pp. 66-74.
    • K. Rupnow, K. Underwood, and K. Compton, "Scientific Application Acceleration with Reconfigurable Functional Units," FCCM, 2007, pp. 261-274.
    • J. Evans, K. Rupnow, and K. Compton, "Reconfigurable Functional Units for Scientific Superscalar Processors," FPT, 2007, pp. 73-80.
    • K. Rupnow, W. Fu, and K. Compton, "Block, Drop or Roll(back): Alternative Preemption Methods for RH Multi-tasking," FCCM, 2009, pp. 63-70.
    • K. Rupnow, J. Adriaens, W. Fu, and K. Compton, "Accurately Evaluating Application Performance in Simulated Hybrid Multi-Tasking Systems," FPGA, 2010.
    • K. Rupnow, J. Adriaens, W. Fu, and K. Compton, "Performance Metrics for Hybrid Computation in Multi-tasking Systems," FPL, 2009.
  • Posters
    • K. Rupnow, J. Adriaens, W. Fu, and K. Compton, "Performance Metrics for Hybrid Computation in Multi-tasking Systems," FCCM 2009.
    • K. Rupnow and K. Compton, "SPY vs. SLY: Runtime Thread-Scheduler Aware Reconfigurable Hardware Allocators," FPT 2009.
  • Technical Reports
    • K. Rupnow and K. Underwood, "Using Reconfigurable Functional Units with Sandia Scientific Applications," Proceedings of the Summer 2006 NECIS Program at Sandia National Labs.
    • K. Rupnow and K. Underwood, "Reconfigurable Functional Unit Design for Complex Scientific Dataflow Graphs," Proceedings of the Summer 2007 CSRI Program at Sandia National Labs.
  • Journal Papers
    • K. Rupnow, K. Underwood, and K. Compton, "Scientific Application Acceleration Demands on the Reconfigurable Functional Unit Interface," Transactions on Reconfigurable Technology and Systems, to appear.