Congratulations to Professor Zhiru Zhang (and many others!) whose paper “AutoBridge: Coupling Coarse-Grained Floorplanning and Pipelining for High-Frequency HLS Design on Multi-Die FPGAs” won Best Paper at the 2021 International Symposium on Field-Programmable Gate Arrays. Read the paper here. AutoBridge
Zhiru Zhang, associate professor of electrical and computer engineering, has received a $50,000 award from Facebook Research for his proposal titled “Algorithm-Systems Co-Optimization for Near-Data Graph Learning.” Facebook launched the AI Systems Hardware/Software Co-Design request for proposals (RFP) at the
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.
The founding idea of the Computer Systems Laboratory (CSL) was the sense that community will lead to more creative thinking. The faculty and students of CSL see it as more than a way to share resources and infrastructure in a
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.
We are excited to announce that the IEEE Board of Directors named Professor Edward Suh an IEEE Fellow, recognized for contributions to the development of secure hardware circuits and processors. Ed Suh joined the faculty of the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering in 2007. His research is