Assistant Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering
Dr. Rogers received his BE from McGill University in 2005 and his PhD from the University of British Columbia in 2015.
He is a recipient of the NVIDIA Graduate Fellowship and the Alexander Graham Bell Canada Graduate Scholarship. His work on GPUs has been selected as a “Top Pick” from computer architecture by IEEE Micro magazine and as a “Research Highlight” in Communications of the ACM magazine. Dr. Rogers has industry experience at NVIDIA Research, AMD Research and Electronic Arts.
Dr. Rogers is interested in exploring computer systems and architectures that improve both programmer productivity and energy efficiency. His research focuses on massively multithreaded processor design.