Portrait of Michael Papamichael

Michael Papamichael



Michael Papamichael is a Researcher at Microsoft Research working on the Catapult Project. His research interests are in the broader area of computer architecture with emphasis on hardware acceleration, reconfigurable computing, on-chip interconnects, and methodologies to facilitate hardware specialization. Michael received his PhD in Computer Science from Carnegie Mellon University in 2015.

CMU Homepage: http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~mpapamic


Project Catapult

Established: June 1, 2011

Researchers interested into utilizing Catapult - visit Project Catapult Academic Program. Project Catapult is the technology behind Microsoft’s hyperscale acceleration fabric, and is at the center of a comprehensive set of investments Microsoft is making to build a supercomputing substrate that can accelerate our efforts in networking, security, cloud services and artificial intelligence. Our work in this area started in 2010 in response to: Stresses in the silicon ecosystem driven by diminishing rates of CPU…