Through the IEEE Rebooting Computing Podcasts, we provide listeners with access to some of the top computing industry professionals -- from innovators to professors (and the combination of both). Our coverage includes discussions on quantum computing, neuromorphic computing, relevant events, industry trends, and so much more. We provide you with access to the industry's best of the best.
Episode 28: Q&A with Gabriela Cruz Thompson, Director of University Research and Collaboration in Intel Labs, Intel Corp.
Gabriela Cruz Thompson, Director of University Research and Collaboration in Intel Labs, sat down with us after her presentation at the International Conference on Rebooting Computing in 2018 to discuss the future of quantum, neuromorphic computing and the computing industry in general. Gabriela shared the work Intel is doing in the industry and why she believes it is important that we continue to reboot computing. To hear from other industry leaders on what the future holds for computing, join us at IEEE Rebooting Computing Week 2019 in San Mateo, CA on 4-8 November.
Episode 27: Q&A with Travis Humble, Director, Quantum Computing Institute, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Co-Chair, IEEE Quantum
What does the future of quantum hold? IEEE Quantum co-chair and Director of the Quantum Computing Institute at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Travis Humble, sat down with us at IEEE Rebooting Computing Week last year in Washington, D.C. to discuss this very topic. He shared what he sees for the future of quantum, why businesses should focus their attention on this emerging technology and why he believes it is important to reboot computing, especially when it comes to quantum. Join us at IEEE Rebooting Computing Week 2019 in San Mateo, CA to hear from other industry leaders on what the future holds for quantum, AI, large-scale computing and much more.
Episode 26: Q&A with Dejan Milojicic, IEEE Rebooting Computing Co-Chair and Distinguished Technologist at Hewlett Packard Labs
We sat down with Dejan Milojicic, IEEE Rebooting Computing Co-Chair and Distinguished Technologist at Hewlett Packard Labs, after his presentation at the IEEE International Conference on Rebooting Computing (ICRC) in November 2018. Dejan shared where he believes the computing industry will be in the next fifteen years and how new technologies such as neuromorphic computing, quantum, and biology-inspired computing will come into play. In addition, he discussed the growth of Rebooting Computing Week and how it continues to bring participants with increased curiosity from government, industry, and academia. Last but not least, Dejan talked about his work with IEEE and how being a member ultimately helped him in his career.
Episode 25: Q&A with Anastasiia Butko, Postdoctoral Fellow, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
How does a background in classical computing morph into a career focused on quantum computing? Anastasiia Butko, Postdoctoral Fellow at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, shared how this happened in her career during our conversation with her at Rebooting Computing Week 2018. She also discussed why she believes classical computing devices will still be in use over the next ten or fifteen years and when she thinks quantum devices will be made available to the public.
Episode 24: Q&A with Bruce Kraemer, Past President of IEEE-SA and Chair of the IEEE Industry Summit on the Future of Computing
We had the opportunity to speak with Bruce Kraemer, Past President of IEEE-SA and Chair of the IEEE Industry Summit on the Future of Computing, at Rebooting Computing Week in November 2018. He discussed the next 20 years when it comes to computing, why he believes additions to digital CMOS are promising, how Quantum Computing and Analog Neuromorphic could come into play and how optical and photo optical computing will tie in as well. As a member of the IEEE for more than 30 years, Bruce Kraemer has a wealth of knowledge in multiple industries including semiconductors, developing standards and more.
Episode 23: Q&A with Scott Koziol, Assistant Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Baylor University
Mobile robots, low-power electronics and brain inspired algorithms. How do these fields tie into the computing industry? Scott Koziol, Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Baylor University, dives into just that in this podcast episode. We sat down with Scott at Rebooting Computing Week in November 2018 to discuss what he believes the future of computing holds when it comes to mobile computing platforms and robotics, why low-power, high-performance computing is essential, and where quantum computing will come into play. He also shared his excitement about working with IEEE Rebooting Computing to continue the advancement of quantum computing.