Berkin Ilbeyi
PhD student

office: 105 Ward Lab, Ithaca, NY 14853
email: bi45 [at] cornell [dot] edu

I am a PhD student in the Electrical and Computer Engineering department of Cornell University. I am advised by Christopher Batten. I am a member of the Computer Systems Laboratory. My research interests are in computer architecture and the intersection of software and hardware. In particular, I am interested in dynamic language interpreters with just-in-time compilers (JIT) and how hardware can improve the performance of these emerging workloads using hardware accelerators or memory-system specialization. I am also interested in improving computer architecture research methodology using JIT techniques.

Publications

Berkin Ilbeyi (presenter), Derek Lockhart, and Christopher Batten. "Pydgin for RISC-V: a Fast and Productive Instruction-Set Simulator." 3rd RISC-V Workshop, Jan. 2016. [pdf, slides]

Derek Lockhart, Berkin Ilbeyi, and Christopher Batten. "Pydgin: Generating Fast Instruction Set Simulators from Simple Architecture Descriptions with Meta-Tracing JIT Compilers." IEEE Int'l Symp. on Performance Analysis of Systems and Software (ISPASS), Mar. 2015. [pdf]

Shreesha Srinath, Berkin Ilbeyi, Mingxing Tan, Gai Liu, Zhiru Zhang, and Christopher Batten. "Architectural Specialization for Inter-Iteration Loop Dependence Patterns." 47th ACM/IEEE Int'l Symp. on Microarchitecture (MICRO-47), Dec. 2014. [pdf]

Shreesha Srinath, Berkin Ilbeyi, Mingxing Tan, Gai Liu, Zhiru Zhang, and Christopher Batten. "XLOOPS: Explicit Loop Specialization." Workshop on Heterogeneous Computing Platforms (HCP) held in conjunction with ICCAD-33, Nov. 2014. (extended abstract for poster)

Berkin Ilbeyi and John A. Nestor. "VCache: Visualization Applet for Processor Caches." 15th ACM Annual Conf. on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education (ITiCSE), Jun. 2010.