Chris Dick

Chris Dick joined NVIDIA in 2020, where he's a wireless architect working on applying AI and machine learning to 5G and 6G wireless. From 1998 to 2020, he was a fellow and the DSP chief architect at Xilinx. Chris has worked on research and product development in the areas of 3G, 4G, 5G, Docsis 3.1 cable access networks, and digital front-end technology for cellular systems, long-instruction word processor architectures, and compilers for signal processing and machine learning. Before moving to Silicon Valley in 1998, he was a tenured academic in Melbourne, Australia for 13 years. He has over 200 publications and 90 patents, and was an adjunct professor at Santa Clara University, where he has taught courses on real-time signal processing and machine learning for 18 years. In 2018, he was awarded the IEEE Communications Society award for Advances in Communication for research in full-duplex wireless communication.
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Edge Computing

Introducing NVIDIA Aerial Research Cloud for Innovations in 5G and 6G

NVIDIA introduced Aerial Research Cloud, the first fully programmable 5G and 6G network research sandbox, which enables researchers to rapidly simulate,... 6 MIN READ

Enabling GPU Acceleration in Near-Realtime RAN Intelligent Controllers

The time that it took to discover the COVID-19 vaccine is a testament to the pace of innovation in the healthcare industry. Pace of innovation can be directly... 11 MIN READ