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======CALCM Seminars====== ======CALCM Seminars======
The CALCM seminar series is a weekly meeting of faculty and students with broad interests in Computer Architecture, and is open to all. The seminar is an excellent medium for CALCM students/faculty to present their recent research results and/or practice conference presentations, for students to polish their presentation skills and present external results from recent conferences, and for outside speakers to tell us about their work. The CALCM seminar series is a weekly meeting of faculty and students with broad interests in Computer Architecture, and is open to all. The seminar is an excellent medium for CALCM students/faculty to present their recent research results and/or practice conference presentations, for students to polish their presentation skills and present external results from recent conferences, and for outside speakers to tell us about their work.
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 +A mailing list keeps members informed of seminars and events related to CALCM. [[https://lists.ece.cmu.edu/mailman/listinfo/calcm-list |Subscribe here.]]  Anyone with a .cmu.edu or .pitt.edu address can subscribe.
===== When / Where?===== ===== When / Where?=====
-Usually every Tuesday 4:30-5:30 PM in Hamerschlag Hall D-210, unless otherwise noted.+Usually every Tuesday 4:30-5:30 PM in CIC Panther Hollow, unless otherwise noted.
-If you are interested in giving a CALCM talk or have general questions, please contact the seminar organizer: [[http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~gweisz/|Gabriel Weisz]]. +If you are interested in giving a CALCM talk or have general questions, please contact the seminar organizer: Yu Wang (yuw@ece.cmu.edu).
-*A mailing list keeps members informed of seminars and events related to CALCM. [[https://sos.ece.cmu.edu/mailman/listinfo/calcm-list |Subscribe here using a cmu.edu or pitt.edu suffix email address.]]+===== Fall 2016 Seminar Schedule ===== 
 +^ Date ^ Title ^ Speaker ^ Location & Time ^ Material | 
 +| **September 20th** | ** [[:seminars:seminar_9_20_16|TBA]] ** | [[https://www.cis.upenn.edu/~devietti/|Joe Devietti (UPenn)]] | CIC Panther Hollow, 4:30PM-5:30PM | |
-===== Seminar Schedule =====+===== Spring 2016 Seminar Schedule =====
^ Date ^ Title ^ Speaker ^ Location & Time ^ Material | ^ Date ^ Title ^ Speaker ^ Location & Time ^ Material |
-| **September 17**   | ** [[:seminars:seminar_13_09_17|Speeding-up Microarchitecture Performance and Energy Analysis]] ** | [[http://users.elis.ugent.be/~tcarlson/ | Trevor E. Carlson (University of Ghent) ]] | HH D-210, 4:30PM-5:30PM | +| **February 16th** | ** [[:seminars:seminar_2_16_16|Architectural Specialization for Inter-Iteration Loop Dependence Patterns]] ** | [[http://www.csl.cornell.edu/~cbatten/|Christopher Batten (Cornell)]] | CIC Panther Hollow, 4:30PM-5:30PM | | 
-| **September 19** **(Thursday)**  | ** [[:seminars:seminar_13_9_19|Compiling Graph Algorithms for Accelerator Platforms]] ** | Eriko Nurvitadhi (Intel Science and Technology Center) | Scaife Auditorium (Room 125), 4:30PM-5:30PM |  | +| **March 1st** | ** [[:seminars:seminar_3_1_16|Stateless model checking with data-race preemption points]] ** | [[http://www.pdl.cmu.edu/People/blum.shtml|Ben Blum (CS, CMU)]] | CIC Panther Hollow, 4:30PM-5:30PM | | 
-| ** October 8**| **[[:seminars:seminar_13_10_08|A Path to Achieving Sequential Correctness for Parallel Programs]] **|Satish Narayanasamy (University of Michigan) |HH D-210, 4:30PM-5:30PM | | +| **March 22nd** | ** [[:seminars:seminar_3_8_16|An Energy-interference-free Hardware-Software Debugger for Intermittent Energy-harvesting Systems]] ** | [[http://www.alexeicolin.com/|Alexei Colin (ECE, CMU)]] | CIC Panther Hollow, 4:30PM-5:30PM | |  
-| **October 15**   | ** [[:seminars:seminar_13_10_15|Design for Security: The Hardware-Up Principle]] ** | [[http://www.cs.columbia.edu/~simha/|Simha Sethumadhavan (Columbia University)]] | HH D-210, 4:30PM-5:30PM | +| **April 26th** | ** [[:seminars:seminar_4_26_16|Automating Performance via Data Layout Transformations and Kernel Code Generation]] ** | Richard Veras (ECE, CMU) | CIC Panther Hollow, 4:30PM-5:30PM | |  
-| **October 22**   | ** [[:seminars:seminar_13_10_22|Self-Repair of Uncore Components in Robust System-on-Chips]] ** | Yanjing Li (Intel/Stanford) | HH D-210, 4:30PM-5:30PM| |  +| **May 10th** | ** [[:seminars:seminar_5_10_16|Improving the performance of the FFT algorithm on shared-memory systems]] ** | Doru Thom Popovici (ECE, CMU) | CIC Panther Hollow, 4:30PM-5:30PM | |
-| **October 28** **(Monday)**   | ** [[:seminars:seminar_13_10_28|Enabling Unified Code Base for Scalable Heterogeneous Parallel Computing]] ** | Wen-mei Hwu (UIUC) | ISTC, CIC 4th floor, 12PM-1PM |  | +
-| **November 1** **(Friday)**  | ** [[:seminars:seminar_13_11_01|Data Centric Computing in Emerging Technologies: A PCM-CMOS Hardware Accelerator  ]] **| Jing Li (IBM) | HH 1107, 12PM-1PM |  | +
-| **November 5**  | ** [[:seminars:seminar_13_11_05|Generating Fast Matrix Multiply Kernels with Spiral]] ** | Richard Veras (CMU) | HH D-210, 4:30PM-5:30PM| |  +
-| **November 15** **(Friday)** | ** [[:seminars:seminar_13_11_15|Securing Computer Hardware Against Malicious Design and Foundry Attacks]] ** | Siddharth Garg (University of Waterloo) |HH 1107, 12PM-1PM | |  +
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-See a listing of **[[Past Semester Seminars]]** +
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-===== CALCM Best Student Presentation Award ===== +===== Historical =====  
-  * Spring 2013: [[http://c1f.net/ | Chris Fallin (ECE, CMU) ]], [[:seminars:seminar_13_04_16|Heterogeneous Core Microarchitecture for Energy Efficiency]] +====Past CALCM Seminars ==== 
-  * Fall 2012: [[http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~mpapamic/home/ | Michael Papamichael]], [[:seminars:seminar_12_10_23|CONNECT: Re-Examining Conventional Wisdom for NoC Design in the Context of FPGAs]]+ 
 +See a listing of **[[Past Semester Seminars]]** 
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 +==== CALCM Best Student Presentation Award===== 
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 +  * Fall 2015: Cagla Cakir, [[:seminars:seminar_12_8_15|Design of High-Performance Energy-Efficient Modular Crossbars ]] 
 +  * Fall 2014/Spring 2015 Combined: Yoongu Kim, [[:seminars:seminar_3_18_15 |Coming to Terms with the End of DRAM Scaling]]  
 +  * Fall 2013/Spring 2014 Combined: Richard Veras, [[:seminars:seminar_13_11_05 |Generating Fast Matrix Multiply Kernels with Spiral]]  
 +  * Spring 2013: Chris Fallin, [[:seminars:seminar_13_04_16|Heterogeneous Core Microarchitecture for Energy Efficiency]] 
 +  * Fall 2012: Michael Papamichael, [[:seminars:seminar_12_10_23|CONNECT: Re-Examining Conventional Wisdom for NoC Design in the Context of FPGAs]]
-===== Historical: CALCM Seminar Czars since 2007 =====+====CALCM Seminar Czars==== 
 +  * Vignesh Balaji; F16; Lucia 
 +  * Yu Wang; S16; Hoe 
 +  * Richard Veras; F15; Franchetti  
 +  * Vivek Seshadri; S15; Mowry 
 +  * Berkin Akin; F14; Franchetti/Hoe 
 +  * Kevin Chang and Rachata Ausavarungnirun; S14; Mutlu
  * Gabe Weisz; F13; Hoe   * Gabe Weisz; F13; Hoe
  * Gennady Pekhimenko; S13; Mowry   * Gennady Pekhimenko; S13; Mowry
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  * Jangwoo Kim; F07; Falsafi   * Jangwoo Kim; F07; Falsafi
  * Sebastian Herbert; S07; Marculescu   * Sebastian Herbert; S07; Marculescu
-  * Old timers from before 2007 should drop me a note to get added to this list +  * Mike Ferdman; F06; Falsafi 
- + * Nikos Hardavellas; S06; Falsafi 
- + * Eriko Nurvitadhi; F05; Hoe 
-===== Other information=====  + * Jared Smolens; S05; Hoe 
-  * A mailing list keeps members informed of seminars and events related to CALCM. [[https://sos.ece.cmu.edu/mailman/listinfo/calcm-list |Subscribe here.]] +  * Brian Gold; F04; Falsafi 
-  * CALCM talk template: [[http://www.ece.cmu.edu/CALCM/downloads/calcm.pot|PowerPoint template]] +  * Thomas Wenisch; S04; Falsafi 
-  * CALCM poster example: {{yoongu_kim_nov30.docx|docx}} +  * Girish Venkataramani; F03; Goldstein 
-  * Recommended readings: +  * Philip Stanley; S03; Marculescu 
-   * Richard Hamming, [[http://www.cs.virginia.edu/~robins/YouAndYourResearch.pdf|You and Your Research]] + * Roland Wunderlich; F02; Hoe 
-   * Mark Hill, [[http://www.cs.wisc.edu/%7Emarkhill/conference-talk.html|Oral Presentation Advice]] + * Se-Hyun Yang; S02; Falsafi 
-    * Alan Jay Smith, The Task of the Referee, IEEE Computer, Apr. 1990 +  * //Cycle: Hoe;Mutlu;Marculescu;Lucia;Mowry;Mai;Franchetti;//