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 +======Computing Trends for Mobile Devices======
  
 +Thursday Oct. 25, 2012\\
 +CIC Panther Hollow Room\\
 +1:00pm\\
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 +**David Hansquine (Qualcomm)**\\
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 +=====Abstract=====
 +The processor powering your mobile phone may soon outperform ​ the one in your laptop or even desktop. ​ Years ago, it was inconceivable that GHz processors could be utilized let alone manufactured for such form factors, yet shortly they will be ubiquitous. ​ However, 10+ GHz of combined processor performance will not matter without also enabling a more compelling mobile experience while addressing the challenges this creates. ​ This talk will examine the problems in developing ever higher-performance mobile processors as well as technologies to extend scalability so we can continue to see the benefits of Moore’s Law and Dennard scaling.
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 +=====Bio=====
 +Since joining Qualcomm in 1995, David Hansquine has designed various wireless modem and microprocessor-related blocks while leading more than a dozen ASICs for both mobile handsets and infrastructure products. ​ He was responsible for several of Qualcomm’s first UMTS chips, then later led the team delivering Qualcomm’s first GHz and quad-core application processors for smartphones and tablets. ​ Currently, David is a VP of Technology leading a R&D team focusing on processor research investigating novel circuit and architecture techniques to optimize power and performance in mobile devices. ​ On the side, he likes to dabble in developing Android apps.  David has a MS in Electrical Engineering from UCSD in California. ​ He has 11 patents plus several pending.
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