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DARPA Funding Announced for Professor Kaeli
COE Distinguished Professor David Kaeli has received a 3-year $753K DARPA Software-Defined Hardware TA-2 grant titled "Mitchell," as part of a 3-partner team that includes Systems Technology Research and Purdue University. The project will pursue designing a state-of-the-art domain-specific language for computationally challenging applications including machine learning and graph analytics, as well as develop supporting compiler/binary-optimization technology. The project is in partnership with Intel Corporation, who is the Mitchell team's TA-1 partner, providing a high performance computing platform. The goal is for Mitchell to enable Intel's reconfigurable processors to achieve ASIC-like performance.