H.T. Kung is the William H. Gates professor of computer science at Harvard University. Prior to joining Harvard in 1992, he taught at Carnegie Mellon University for 19 years. Professor Kung has pursued a variety of research interests in his career, including complexity theory, database systems, VLSI design, parallel computing, computer networks, network security, wireless communications, and networking of unmanned aerial systems. He is widely known for his work in systolic arrays, optimistic concurrency control, and theory of I/O complexity. He has led large research teams on the design and development of novel parallel computers and computer networks. In 1999 he started a joint Ph.D. program with colleagues at the Harvard Business School on information, technology, and management, and co-chaired this Harvard Program from 1999 to 2006.
Data Analytics, Compression, and Management
Machine Learning, Deep Learning and Artificial Intelligence