Dr. Richard MurphyDirector, Advanced Memory Systems Pathfinding, Micron Technology
Dr. Richard Murphy is Director of Advanced Computing Solutions
Pathfinding for Micron Technology and is focused on future memory
platforms, including processing-in-memory.
Dr. Murphy has served as the Principal Investigator of several advanced
computing R&D efforts, including projects for the Defense Advanced
Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and the Department of Energy (DOE). He
has led several large multidisciplinary teams in the successful
creation of new technologies. He also cofounded the Graph 500 benchmark
and currently chairs its executive committee.
Dr. Murphy is Adjunct Faculty in the ECE Departments at Georgia Tech and
New Mexico State University and the CS Department at Boise State
University. He is the author of over two dozen papers and two patents.
He holds a PhD in computer science and engineering, as well as an MS,
BS, and BA from the University of Notre Dame. Dr. Murphy is a Senior
Member of the IEEE and an HPC Wire Person to Watch in 2011 and 2014.