Spotlight on: Dan Bliss
Dan Bliss is leading an Arizona State University research team in a $17 million project funded by the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to create a new framework for designing and building advanced computing platforms to circumvent the power constraints that exist in a growing range of technologies.
His team’s assignment is to push the development of the next generation of high-performance, embedded, heterogeneous on-chip computer processors that are more capable, more power-efficient and easier to use. Bliss and his team will work to enable sophisticated applications to operate more effectively in technologies like those that control unmanned aerial vehicles and the internet of things, as well as consumer electronics such as cell phones, cameras and health-monitoring devices. Read more about this project.