Professor Christina Delimitrou received the 2020 TCCA Young Computer Architect Award, announced in ISCA’20 last week! A short acceptance speech for the award is here.
Prof. Christina has received a Microsoft Research Faculty Fellowship for her work on applying ML to large-scale systems problems. Official announcement here.
Prof. Christina Delimitrou recently received a Google Faculty Research Award for her group’s work on root cause analysis detection of performance issues in cloud microservices.
Prof. Christina Delimitrou has received a Research Fellowship in Computer Science from the Sloan Foundation! Sloan fellowships are specifically aimed for early career faculty working on emerging fields. To learn more, read the press announcement from the Sloan Foundation and
DeathStarBench, an open-source benchmark suite for microservices from Prof. Delimitrou’s group has received an IEEE Micro Top Pick Award for the most significant papers based on novelty and long-term impact from the architecture conferences of 2019! The paper describes the
Professor Christina Delimitrou received an Excellence in Teaching and Mentoring Award from the School of Engineering in the Fall of 2019.
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!