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.
Professor Zhiru Zhang received the 2018 Rising Professional Achievement Award from UCLA’s Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science. Presented to one alumnus annually, the Rising Professional Achievement Award honors the early career achievements of alumni under the age
Prof. Petersen together with Prof. Molnar from Cornell have received a ~$1 million research grant from NSF to enable Bio-Cyber Physical Systems based on honey bees.
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.
Ji Kim, a recent CSL graduate, has won the ECE Outstanding PhD Thesis Award for his thesis titled “Software/Hardware Co-Design to Improve Productivity, Portability, and Performance of Loop-Task Parallel Applications.”
Prof. Christoph Studer has been awarded NSF CAREER Award “Hardware Accelerated Bayesian Inference via Approximate Message Passing: A Bottom-Up Approach.”
Prof. Kirstin Petersen’s research group in collaboration with the Physical Intelligence Department at the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems will present two papers at the IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA 2017) in Singapore.
Prof. Zhiru Zhang’s research group will present six papers at the 25th ACM/SIGDA International Symposium on Field-Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGA’17) in Monterey, CA.