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
The Ruth and Joel Spira Award for Excellence in Teaching is presented annually to an individual faculty member who has excelled in teaching and inspiring students during a particular academic year. We are pleased to note two CSL faculty members whose
Prof. Kirstin Petersen has been named a 2019 #PackardFellow. This support will enable studies of honey bee swarms and the insights they hold to enable long term autonomous robot swarms. See the official announcement from the @PackardFdn here.
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
Prof. Zhiru Zhang and his co-authors Yi-Hsiang Lai, Yuze Chi, Yuwei Hu, Jie Wang, Cody Hao Yu, Yuan Zhou, and Prof. Jason Cong have received the Best Paper Award at the 27th ACM/SIGDA International Symposium on Field-Programmable Gate Arrays held
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
Steve Dai from Prof. Zhiru Zhang’s group has won the prestigious ECE Outstanding Thesis Research Award for 2019! The award is given to one graduating PhD student from the School of ECE yearly, based on the significance of their doctoral
Berkin Ilbeyi, a PhD student in the Computer Systems Laboratory, was recently featured on the Cornell University Research site. Berkin is a final year PhD student in Prof. Christopher Batten’s research group. His research interests are in computer architecture and the
Profs. Kirstin Petersen together with Profs. Hadas Kress-Gazit and Guy Hoffman, receives award from the National Robotics Initiative to study Ad-Hoc Collaborative Human-Robot Swarms.