School of Computer Science (SCS) professors had five papers at the IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Microarchitecture (MICRO) this October. The conference showcases groundbreaking computer architecture research.
“Georgia Tech had a very strong presence at MICRO, representing about 5 percent of the papers appearing at the conference and placing us among the top five institutions in paper count this year,” said SCS Assistant Professor Alexandros Daglis.
SCS papers included:
- COSPlay: Leveraging Task-Level Parallelism for High-Throughput Synchronous Persistence Marina Vemmou, Alexandros Daglis
- Cerebros: Evading the RPC Tax in Datacenters Arash Pourhabibi, Mark Sutherland (EPFL); Alexandros Daglis (GT); Babak Falsafi (EPFL)
- Vortex: Extending the RISC-V ISA for GPGPU and 3D-Graphics Research Blaise Tine, Krishna Praveen Yalamarthy, Fares Elsabbagh, Kim Hyesoon
- JigSaw: Boosting Fidelity of NISQ Programs via Measurement Subsetting Poulami Das (GT); Swamit Tannu (University of Wisconsin-Madison); Moinuddin Qureshi (GT)
- ADAPT: Mitigating Idling Errors in Qubits via Adaptive Dynamical Decoupling Poulami Das (GT); Swamit Tannu (University of Wisconsin-Madison); Siddharth Dangwal (IIT Delhi); Moinuddin Qureshi (GT)
“This is both an exciting and disruptive time for computer architecture research as we approach the end of Moore’s law,” said SCS Chair Vivek Sarkar. “It’s great to see this forward-looking research by Georgia Tech faculty and their collaborators being showcased at MICRO.”