UT-Austin Computer Architecture Seminar Series

Spring 2004

Sponsored by:     ibm     intel     amd     sun

Funding for Spring 2004 provided by    sun

Location and time:

Presentation schedule:

Date Speaker Title Slides/Papers
Jan. 26
Lieven Eeckhout
Ghent University
Measuring Benchmark Similarity and its Applications
Feb. 2

Feb. 9
ACES 2.302
William J. Dally
Stanford University
Merrimac: A Streaming Supercomputer
Feb. 16

Feb. 23
Thomas Puzak & Phil Emma
Exploring the Limits of Prefetching
Mar. 1
Kevin Skadron
University of Virginia
Architecture-Level Thermal Management and Feedback Control: Challenges and Opportunities
Mar. 8
RLM 4.102
David Patterson
University of California, Berkeley
Latency Lags Bandwidth
Mar. 15
Spring Break
No Seminar

Mar. 22

Thursday, Mar. 25
2:30 PM
ACES 2.302
Olivier Temam
Southern Paris University
Exploring spatial computing and programming
Mar. 29

Apr. 5

Apr. 12

Apr. 19

Apr. 26
Mark Hill
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Designing Commercial Servers and Token Coherence
May 3
Sanjay Patel
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Transient Errors in High-Performance Microprocessors
Thursday, May 6
ACES 2.302

Mike Rosenfield
IBM, Austin Research Laboratory
2004 Global Technology Outlook (GTO)
Tuesday, May 18
Greg Ganger
Carnegie Mellon University
Self-* Storage
Wednesday, May 19
3:00 PM

Christos Kozyrakis
Stanford University
Transactional Coherence & Consistency

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Comments? Need to schedule a seminar? Contact Yale Patt, Steve Keckler, Chaig Chase, Doug Burger, Chuck Moore, Bill Mark, or Lizy John.

This seminar series is organized jointly by the Departments of Computer Sciences and Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Texas at Austin.

Last modified by gem@cs.utexas.edu
Mon May 10 10:50:00 CDT 2004