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Andrew Sloss

  • Affiliate Assistant Professor


Andrew N. Sloss, a Fellow of the British Computer Society, has taught Embedded Systems at the University of Washington since 2004 and is a co-author of a popular ARM System Architecture book. With over three decades of experience, he has contributed to developing numerous computer systems, ranging from mobile devices to supercomputers. His career spans various notable companies, including Monotype, Acorn Computers, AT&T EO, Firepower Systems, Motorola, ARM, and Apex.AI. Andrew has received lifetime awards for his contributions to UEFI boot firmware, teaching, and involvement in developing the world’s fastest supercomputer. His research interests encompass Embedded Systems, Computer Architecture, Computation Theory, Evolutionary Algorithms, and Semiconductor Trends. Andrew has also collaborated on special projects with Xerox PARC, Fujitsu HPC, and The British Library.

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  • B.Sc. (Hons) Computer Science
    Hertfordshire, UK