Computer architecture, parallel computing, memory systems, and performance
Prof. David A. Wood has been a Professor in
the Computer Sciences and
Electrical and Computer Engineering (by courtesy) Departments
at the University of Wisconsin, Madison since 1990.
Dr. Wood received
a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (1981) and a
Ph.D. in Computer Science (1990), both at the
University of California, Berkeley.
Dr. Wood was named an ACM Fellow (2005) and IEEE Fellow (2004),
received the University of Wisconsin's H.I. Romnes Faculty Fellowship
(1999) and Vilas Associate (2011), and received
the National Science Foundation's Presidential Young
Investigator award (1991).
Dr. Wood is Area Editor (Computer Systems) of ACM Transactions
on Modeling and Computer Simulation,
is Associate Editor of ACM Transactions on Architecture and Compiler Optimization,
serves as Chair of ACM SIGARCH and ACM Council Representative,
served as Program Committee Chairman of ASPLOS-X (2002),
and has served on numerous program committees.
Dr. Wood is an ACM Fellow, an IEEE Fellow, and a member of
the IEEE Computer Society.
Dr. Wood has published over 70 technical papers and is
an inventor on thirteen U.S. and International patents,
several of which have been licensed to industry.
Dr. Wood co-leads the Wisconsin Multifacet project with Prof. Mark Hill
(URL http://www.cs.wisc.edu/multifacet) which is exploring techniques
for improving the
performance and energy efficiency of homogeneous and heterogeneous multiprocessor servers.