Winner of Krill Prize 2019
Krill Prize Laureate 2019
for his research into Computer architectures and
electronic circuits with emerging technologies
Kvatinsky’s research objective is to develop computer
architectures and electronic circuits that overcome
the primary limitations of modern computing systems.
By integrating conventional semiconductor
technologies and emerging technologies, usually in
a different usage than their “original” usage, Kvatinsky’s lab built
the computers of the future that will be significantly
faster and energy efficient. In his lab, they model,
analyze, design, fabricate, and test the proposed
circuits and architectures.
The main limitations of modern computing systems
come from the separation of the memory from the
processing space. Kvatinsky’s lab develop new systems that
eliminate this separation. For example, by getting
inspiration from the way neural networks process
information in our brain.
So far, they have demonstrated novel computing
structures, including a memory that can compute,
efficient communication devices, artificial intelligence