Georgi Gaydadjiev has a long lasting experience in designing various computer systems in both Industry and Academia for over 30 years.
Georgi contributed to the development and research of various computing systems ranging from tiny embedded (implantable) devices up to large-scale HPC systems.
With Internet of Things currently exceeding 100 billion of highly heterogeneous devices delivering massive amounts of data carried by various streams,
innovative approaches are needed for the edge, the gateway and the back-end of cloud computing. Maxeler's dataflow technology is the right answer for
processing data streams close to the source, in flight as well as at the back-end and is the only way to deliver the required levels of performance,
energy efficiency, security and economic cost for each specific application. Prior to Maxeler Georgi held a Chaired Professorship in Computer Systems Engineering
at Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden until May 2015 and currently is affiliated with the Department of Computing at Imperial College in London and
Computer Science and Engineering at the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands. Georgi has three Best Paper Awards (ICS-10, USENIX/SAGE-06),
one of his projects won CES Design & Engineering Showcase Award in 1999 and his academic research for the last 17 years was funded by the European Commission,
National Agencies in the Netherlands, Sweden, UK and Google Inc. in USA.