Speaker: Yatin Manerkar, incoming Assistant Professor in the Computer Science and Engineering department at the University of Michigan beginning Fall 2021
Topic: Why is AI hard? A technical perspective
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Incoming Assistant Professor of Computer Science
University of Michigan
Yatin Manerkar *21 is an incoming Assistant Professor in the Computer Science and Engineering department at the University of Michigan beginning Fall 2021. He completed his PhD at Princeton University in 2020, where he was advised by Prof. Margaret Martonosi. He has also worked full-time at Qualcomm Research, and interned at AMD Research and Amazon Web Services. Yatin's research develops automated formal methodologies and tools for the design and verification of computing systems. His work has been recognised with two best paper nominations, and three of his papers have been honoured for their high potential impact as either Top Picks or Honorable Mentions in IEEE Micro's annual "Top Picks" issue. Yatin is a recipient of the Wallace Memorial Fellowship, one of Princeton's highest graduate honours awarded to approximately 25 PhD students annually for a senior year of their doctoral studies. He also received the 2019 Award for Excellence from Princeton's School of Engineering and Applied Science.