An article on research from Prof. Delimitrou’s group recently appeared on the Cornell Chronicle! The article covers the challenges and opportunities of cloud microservices, as well as how machine learning can help manage their complexity. This work will also appear in
Professors Christina Delimitrou and Zhiru Zhang recently received two Google Faculty Research Awards! More information on Google FRAs can be found at: https://ai.google/research/outreach/faculty-research-awards
Prof. Delimitrou recently received an NSF CAREER Award for her work on hardware and software techniques for interactive microservices. The Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program is a Foundation-wide activity that offers the National Science Foundation’s most prestigious awards in
Neeraj Kulkarni, Feng Qi, and Prof. Delimitrou’s paper on Pliant, a runtime that leverages approximate computing to improve datacenter resource efficiency, is accepted to HPCA’19! The conference will take place in Washington D.C. in February 2019. Preprint coming soon!
Prof. Delimitrou’s group has 4 new papers accepted to the ACM International Symposium on Architectural Support for Programming Languages and Operating Systems (ASPLOS’19)! A paper on a new end-to-end benchmark suite for cloud and IoT microservices, and their hardware &
Prof. Christina Delimitrou has received a Facebook Faculty Award for Hardware & Software Systems research (4% acceptance rate). It is awarded for work on leveraging practical learning techniques to manage interactive cloud microservices.
Andrew Ferraiuolo from Prof. Ed Suh’s group has won the prestigious ECE Outstanding Thesis Research Award for 2018! The award is given to one graduating student from ECE yearly, based on the significance and long-term impact of their work. Andrew
Prof. Delimitrou’s Bolt paper has been selected as an IEEE Micro Top Pick for the most significant papers based on novelty and long-term impact from the architecture conferences of 2017! Bolt is an adversarial runtime system that leverages the
Prof. Delimitrou together with Profs. Rachit Agarwal and Hakim Weatherspoon from Cornell, and Profs. Sylvia Ratnasamy and Scott Shenker from UC Berkeley have received a $3 million research grant from NSF to work on resource disaggregation in the cloud.
Prof. Christina Delimitrou received an IEEE Micro Top Picks 2017 Award for the paper “DRAF: A Low-Power DRAM-based Reconfigurable Acceleration Fabric”.