Anant Agarwal

 

 


 

Anant Agarwal is the President of edX, a worldwide, online learning initiative of MIT and Harvard University, and a professor in MIT’s Electrical Engineering and Computer Science department. He has also served as the Director of MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL). He leads the Carbon group which focuses on research involving operating systems and architectures for manycores and clouds. He is also a founder and board member of Tilera Corporation which created the Tile multicore processor. Agarwal holds a Ph.D. from Stanford and a bachelor's from the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras. He led the development of Raw - an early tiled multicore processor, Sparcle - an early multithreaded microprocessor, and Alewife - a scalable multiprocessor. He also led the VirtualWires project at MIT and was the founder of Virtual Machine Works, which took the VirtualWires technology to market. He is an author of the textbook "Foundations of Analog and Digital Electronic Circuits."

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Jun 28th 2016

Learn techniques that are foundational to the design of microchips used in smartphones, computers, and the Internet. Want to learn about circuits and electronics, but unsure where to begin? Wondering how to make computers run faster or your mobile phone battery last longer? This free circuit course taught by edX CEO and MIT Professor Anant Agarwal and colleagues is for you.

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Jun 28th 2016

Learn how to speed up digital circuits and build amplifiers in the design of microchips used in smartphones, computers, and the Internet.

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Jun 28th 2016

Learn about cool applications, op-amps and filters in the design of microchips used in smartphones, computers, and the internet. Want to learn how your radio works? Wondering how to implement filters using resistors, inductors, and capacitors? Wondering what are some other applications of RLC and CMOS circuits? This free circuit course, taught by edX CEO and MIT Professor Anant Agarwal and MIT colleagues, is for you.

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