Tynan McAuley

Research & Engineering

I divide my time between hardware and software research projects. In my hardware research, I apply novel circuit design techniques to complex domains such as cryptographic acceleration and deep learning inference. In my software research, I explore high-assurance systems engineering and policy-guided program execution. In the course of my work, I strive to contribute to open-source hardware and software projects.


Tynan McAuley studied electrical engineering at Harvey Mudd College and researched advanced topics in digital design as a Clay-Wolkin Fellow. Before joining Galois, Tynan helped design high performance computing chips at Intel, all-electric powertrains for heavy-duty trucks at Motiv Power Systems, and efficient computer vision accelerator chips at Reduced Energy Microsystems.