Elton Shih is a Research Engineer at Audinate's Technology Office, focusing on systems-level and embedded systems explorations for next-generation AVoIP. Alongside this role, he contributes as an academic member at UNSW School of Computer Science and Engineering, teaching undergraduate computing courses covering computer systems, microprocessors and interfacing, and digital systems design. During his Honours year, Elton was part of the Embedded Systems Research Group at UNSW. His project involved hardware acceleration for genomic sequencing processing, specifically optimizing the data processing of a nanopore sequencer's real-time selective sequencing pipeline using a cost-effective edge SoC with embedded FPGA. Elton's passion lies in hands-on system-level development and digital hardware design, most often working on RTOS, embedded Linux, and FPGA-related projects. He firmly believes that enhancing the performance of applications and computing systems necessitates a holistic approach, bridging the gap between hardware and software to achieve optimal efficiency. Outside of work, Elton enjoys traveling and shares his space with a furry companion, a cat.


Elton Shih