ASPLOS PC Symposium

Friday Oct. 22, 2010
Location: Gates-Hillman Center 6115
Time: 9:00AM - 3:30PM

Session Theme: Parallelism 1

Start Talk / Event Speaker
9:00am Deterministic multiprocessing Luis Ceze, U. of Washington
9:20am The PetaBricks language Saman Amarasinghe, MIT
9:40am Data Sharing and Performance Isolation for Scalable Multi-Core Platforms Sandhya Dwarkadas, University of Rochester
10:00am eXtreme Computing James Larus, Microsoft Research
10:20am Panel/Discussion Session
10:30am Break

Session Theme: Correctness

Start Talk / Event Speaker
10:40am Bugs, correctness, parallelism Emery Berger, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
11:00am Making low-level programming as safe and secure as Java Milo Martin, University of Pennsylvania
11:20am Failure Diagnosis and Diagnose-ablity Yuanyuan Zhou, UCSD
11:40am Panel/Discussion Session
11:50am Lunch Break

Session Theme: Parallelism 2

Start Talk / Event Speaker
12:30pm Reinventing Conferences for 21st century David Patterson, University of California, Berkeley
12:50pm Cloud computing and VCD Orran Krieger, VMware
1:10pm Analysis of Linux for scaling to many cores Frans Kaashoek, MIT
1:30pm QoS-aware multi-core memory system design Onur Mutlu, CMU
1:50pm Panel/Discussion Session
2:00pm Break

Session Theme: Potpourri

Start Talk / Event Speaker
2:10pm Mobile computing Margaret Martonosi, Princeton University
2:30pm Enabling Online Updates in Data Warehouses via SSDs Shimin Chen, Intel Labs
2:50pm Server/data center energy efficiency challenges Thomas F. Wenisch, University of Michigan
3:10pm Panel/Discussion Session

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