Hello, everyone! My name is Abraham Gonzalez and I am a Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Ph.D. student at the University of California at Berkeley in the ADEPT lab under Dr. Krste Asanovic. I am a highly motivated individual, passionate on learning more about computer microarchitecture and datacenter computing. I hope to make future computing faster, more efficient, and more available to all.
I am currently working on the BOOM Out-of-Order Core project and the Chipyard SoC framework. Additionally, I have small contributions to the FireSim project. My research interests are in warehouse-scale computing, high-performance microarchitectures, and making computer architecture tooling easier and more efficient to use.
Worked on debugging tools for microcontroller integration team and setup infrastructure between firmware team and microcontroller integration team to speed up work.
Researched electroplating growth in redistribution layers under Dr. Boning and Chris Lang at MIT. Modeled and designed neural networks and other machine learning models using Tensorflow and Python. Presented final research poster summarizing work and participated in multiple workshops.
Collaborated with Engineers and Senior Engineers on software design of new additions to the Office graphics suite. Worked with other Microsoft Program Managers and customers to create feature sets. Note: Lack of details due to NDA constraints.
Designed software framework for smartcard interaction in C++/CLI. Integrated designed framework into .NET application that manages smartcards via CCID. Features included in the application included APDU transmission, APDU logging, file system viewing, file data parsing, file data manipulation and smartcard reader management.