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MICL Seminar

The Past, Present, and Future of PC Graphics and the Silicon Behind It

Chris Malachowsky

In my talk, I will survey the Graphics Capabilities of a PC System from a perspective of the state-of-the-art 10 yrs ago, today, and what we might expect 10 years hence. I will interweave views and discussions of the semiconductor technologies that serve as the basis for these systems and some of the challenges they present. Included will also be demonstrations of NVIDIA high-end graphic capabilities.
Chris Malachowsky co-founded the Company in April 1993 and has been Vice President of Hardware Engineering for the Company since that time. From 1987 until April 1993, Mr. Malachowsky was a Senior Staff Engineer for Sun Microsystems, Inc., a supplier of enterprise network computing products. From 1980 to 1986, Mr. Malachowsky was a manufacturing design engineer at Hewlett-Packard Company. Mr. Malachowsky was a co-inventor of Sun Microsystems' GX graphics architecture and has authored 39 patents, most of which relate to graphics. Mr. Malachowsky holds a B.S.E.E. degree from the University of Florida and an M.S.C.S. degree from Santa Clara University.

Sponsored by

Micron Technology Foundation