Mutlu Earns Intel Early Career Faculty Honor Award

 

October 24, 2012

Assistant Professor of ECE Onur Mutlu has been selected as a 2012 Intel Early Career Faculty Honor Program award recipient. The program, founded to help promote the career of promising early career faculty members and foster long-term collaborative relationships with technical leaders at Intel, provides financial and networking support to faculty members who show great promise as future academic leaders in disruptive computing technologies. The award is a one-time grant that Mutlu can use for travel expenses for networking opportunities with senior Intel technical leaders or to speak at Intel-sponsored events.

Mutlu's research group, SAFARI, is researching novel and efficient hardware/software techniques to overcome fundamental performance, security, robustness, reliability and efficiency challenges in current and future computer systems. For more on their research, visit the SAFARI site. Mutlu's publications can be found here. Carnegie Mellon's official press release about the award is available here.

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