M.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from UCSB in 2017
B.S. in Engineering from Harvey Mudd College in 2013
NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Honorable Mention
Graduation with Distinction
Harvey S. Mudd Merit Award
AMD Spotlight Award Winner
Email: dstow [at] ece [dot] ucsb [dot] edu
Dylan Stow started at the University of California, Santa Barbara in Fall 2015 as a PhD student working with Professor Yuan Xie. Dylan received his M.S in Computer Architecture and VLSI/CAD from UCSB in 2017 and his B.S. degree from Harvey Mudd College in 2013. After graduating, he joined AMD as a physical circuit designer and contributed to the floating-point hardware in the recently-released Zen core.
His current research interests are (1) Architecture and design for emerging die-integration methodologies (e.g. 3D, 2.5D, FOWLP) with a focus on cost-driven design, IP reuse, and heterogeneous process integration, (2) hardware security, with an emphasis on hardware
techniques to prevent side-channel information leakage and IP piracy, and (3) efficient brain-inspired hardware that leverages emerging NVM and packaging technologies. Previously, he researched 3D machine learning accelerators for Qualcomm, floating point microarchitectures for Intel and Oracle Labs, and near-threshold CMOS cell design for yield-driven ultra-low power circuits.