EE 598 Electrical Engineering Research Seminar

Coordinator: Prof. Xuehai Qian

These seminars supported by the Ming Hsieh Institute.

Fall 2016

Date Location Speaker Title Resources
September 1 OHE 100D Dean Tullsen
University of California, San Diego
Architecting More Power-Efficient Datacenters By Removing the Peaks [video]
September 8 OHE 100D Todd Millstein
University of California, Los Angeles
Invariant Inference for Program Specification and Verification [video]
September 15 OHE 100D Rajiv Gupta
University of California, Riverside
Parallel Graph Processing on GPUs, Clusters, and Multicores [slides][video]
September 22 OHE 100D Rajeev Alur
University of Pennsylvania
Quantitative Policies over Streaming Data [video]
September 29 OHE 100D Tarek A. El-Ghazawi
The George Washington University
Hierarchical Locality and Parallel Programming in the Extreme Scale Era [slides][video]
October 6 OHE 100D Vivek Sarkar
Rice University
Software Challenges for Extreme Scale Systems, or how to play the End-Game for Moore's Law [video]
October 13 OHE 100D Josep Torrellas
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Toward Extreme-Scale Manycore Architectures [slides][video]
October 20 OHE 100D Subhasish Mitra
Stanford University
Robust Systems: From Today to the N3XT 1,000X [video]
October 27 OHE 100D Mattan Erez
University of Texas, Austin
Toward Exascale Resilience: Hardware Mechanisms and Containment Domains [slides][video]
October 28 EEB 248 Lin Zhong
Rice University
The mess at the hardware/software boundary
October 31 EEB 248 Haibo Chen
Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Virtualization Security: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly [slides]
November 10 OHE 100D Jason Cong
University of California, Los Angeles
Customizable Computing at Datacenter Scale [video]
November 17 OHE 100D Nickolai Zeldovich
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Certifying a Crash-Safe File System [video]
December 1 EEB 248 Lorenzo Alvisi
Cornell University/University of Texas, Austin
The Pit and the Pendulum [video]
December 8OHE 100D Maurice Herlihy
Brown University
Hardware Transactional Memory and Beyond [slides][video]

Spring 2017

Date Location Speaker Title Resources
January 26 EEB 248 Karu Sankaralingam
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Dynamically Synthesized Accelerators: Achieving Hardware  Efficiency and Software Programmability [video]
February 24 RTH 109 Christos Kozyrakis
Stanford University
No Tradeoff: Reconciling Low Latency and High Efficiency [slides][video]
March 3 EEB 248 Peter Kogge
University of Notre Dame
Big Data, Streaming Graphs, and the Need for Innovations in Architecture [video]
March 24 EEB 248 Gu-Yeon Wei
Harvard University
Cognitive IoT: From RoboBees to Machine Learning on the Edge [video]
April 27 EEB 248 David Brooks
Harvard University
Computer Architectures for Deep Learning Applications [slides]
May 4 EEB 248 Mahesh Balakrishnan
Yale University
The FuzzyLog Approach to Building Distributed Services [video]

Fall 2017

Date Location Speaker Title Resources
August 31 EEB 132 Rakesh Kumar
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Ultra Low Power Computing in the IoT Era
September 7 TBD Zhenman Fang
University of California, Los Angeles
September 14 TBD Yufei Ding
University of California, Santa Barbara
September 28 TBD Kunle Olukotun
Stanford University
November 20 TBD Margaret Martonosi
Princeton University
End of Moore’s Law Challenges and Opportunities: Computer Architecture Perspectives