Energy efficiency has become the single most important metric in computing and yet we've seen remarkably little innovation in this area. We're setting out to make computing fundamentally more efficient and enable entirely new experiences.
We want computing everywhere. We want intelligence everywhere. We want the future, so we're building it.
We're a small team ready to revolutionize a massive industry. We bring together years of industry experience in VLSI design, software, and asynchronous research.
William Koven Founder & CEO
William was a Clay-Wolkin fellow at Harvey Mudd. He has done research in both asynchronous and synchronous VLSI design at Harvey Mudd and the Asynchronous Research Center at Portland State University. Prior to co-founding REM, William worked at Intel and AMD as a design engineer.
Dylan Hand Founder & Head of Hardware
Dylan has spent the past nine years studying Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, and VLSI design at USC as a BS, MS and PhD. Dylan worked at Intel Labs' Microprocessor Research Lab building CAD tools and optimization algorithms for asynchronous circuits. He has been at the forefront of research in asynchronous design, focusing on increasing power-efficiency, performance, and support for existing CAD tools.
Eleazar Vega-Gonzalez Founder & Head of Software
Eleazar studied Electrical & Computer Engineering and Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon where he fell in love with algorithms and bit-twiddling. He worked at Microsoft where he focused on software architecture and ease-of-use.
Peter Beerel, PhDChief Scientist
Peter has been at the forefront of research into asynchronous design for the past two decades and has published over 100 papers in the field. He was the CEO and co-founder of Timeless Design Automation which was acquired by Fulcrum Microsystems which was later acquired by Intel. In addition to working at REM, he is currently Faculty Director of Innovation and Entrepreneurship at USC.
Georgios Dimou, PhDChief Architect
Georgios has a BS in Electrical and Computer Engineering, and MS and PhD from USC. He was an early employee at TrellisWare and then co-founded TimeLess Design Automation in 2008, an asynchronous EDA startup later acquired by Fulcrum Microsystems. He joined Intel through Fulcrum's acquisition and later worked in Intel Labs for 5 years, completing several synchronous and asynchronous tapeouts.
Tynan McAuleyHardware Engineer
Tynan McAuley studied electrical engineering at Harvey Mudd College and researched advanced topics in digital design as a Clay-Wolkin Fellow. Before joining REM, Tynan helped design high performance computing chips at Intel and all-electric powertrains for heavy-duty trucks at Motiv Power Systems.
Max WaugamanHardware Engineer
Max is a recent engineering graduate from Harvey Mudd College where he developed a RISC processor for education as a Clay-Wolkin Fellow. He works as a hardware engineer at REM and has previously developed a software defined radar, wireless coordination testbed, and other digital systems.
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