Dr. Paolo FaraboschiHPE Fellow, Hewlett-Packard Labs
Paolo Faraboschi is an HP Fellow at HP Labs. He works on The Machine project, researching how we can build better systems around non-volatile memory. His interests are at the intersection of system architecture and software. He previously worked on low-energy servers (HP Project Moonshot), scalable system-level simulation (COTSon), and embedded VLIW cores (Lx/ST200). Paolo is an IEEE Fellow and an active member of the computer architecture community. He holds 26 patents, co-authored over 70 technical publications, and a book. Before joining HP in 1994, he received a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Genoa, Italy.