Tim Foley

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  • Stanford University

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  • SIGGRAPH 2010

    Tim Foley is a senior graphics architect at Intel, working on the Larrabee project. Previously, he designed programming models for parallel graphics computation as a principal engineer at Neoptica, a computer graphics startup acquired by Intel in October 2007. He is currently working toward a Ph.D. under Pat Hanrahan at Stanford and holds a BS in computer science and a BA in mathematics from the University of California, San  Diego. He worked on the BrookGPU system for general-purpose programming on GPUs, and his research interests include programming models and languages for real-time rendering and parallel computation on future architectures. 

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