Faculty, Students Have Two Papers in IEEE Micro Top Picks

 

November 9, 2009

Two ECE adjunct faculty members, current and former Ph.D. students and researchers, have two papers in the upcoming January/February issue of IEEE Micro Top Picks.

The papers, whose co-authors include adjunct ECE/CS faculty members Babak Falsafi and Anastasia Ailamaki, former Ph.D. student Tom Wenisch, and current Ph.D. student Michael Ferdman, represent some of the year's most significant research publications in computer architecture based on novelty and long term impact.

The first paper, "Practical Off-chip Meta-data for Temporal Memory Streaming" is authored by adjunct ECE/CS faculty members Babak Falsafi and Anastasia Ailamaki, Tom Wenisch (former Ph.D. student now a faculty member at the University of Michigan), Michael Ferdman, a current Ph.D. student, and a colleague from the University of Toronto, Andreas Moshovos.

The second paper, "Reactive NUCA: Near-Optimal Block Placement and Replication in Distributed Caches," is authored by Falsafi, Ailamaki, Ferdman, and Nikos Hardavellas (former CS Ph.D. student now on faculty at Northwestern.

ECE Adjunct Professors Babak Falsafi and Anastasia Ailamaki

 

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