Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Dr. Lizy Kurian John holds the Cullen Trust for Higher Education Endowed Professorship in Electrical Engineering in the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin.
She received her Ph.D. in computer engineering from The Pennsylvania State University. She joined The University of Texas Austin faculty in 1996. Her research is in the areas of computer architecture, multicore processors, memory systems, performance evaluation and benchmarking, workload characterization, and reconfigurable computing.
Memory Systems for Multicore and Many-core Architectures
Proxies for Computer Performance/Power Evaluation
Development of Energy-efficient
Compiler Support for Innovative Microarchitectures
Research Labs & Affiliations:
Laboratory for Computer Architecture (LCA)
Joseph Whitehouse, Qinzhe Wu, Shuang Song, Eugene John, Andreas Gerstlauer, and Lizy K. John.. April 2019. A Study of Core Utilization and Residency in Heterogeneous Smart Phone Architectures.
Ramesh Radhakrishnan, Snehil Verma, Qinzhe Wu, Bagus Hanindhito, Gunjan Jha, Eugene John, and Lizy Kurian John.. March 2019. Demystifying Hardware Infrastructure Choices for Deep Learning Using MLPerf.
Snehil Verma, Qinzhe Wu, Bagus Hanindhito, Gunjan Jha, Eugene John, Ramesh Radhakrishnan, and Lizy Kurian John. March 2019. Metrics for Machine Learning Workload Benchmarking.
Michael LeBeane, Khaled Hamidouche, Mauricio Breternitz, Brad Benton, Steve Reinhardt, and Lizy K. John. November 2018. ComP-Net: Command Processor Networking for Efficient Intra-kernel Communications on GPUs.
Qinzhe Wu, Steven Flolid, Shuang Song, Junyong Deng, and Lizy K. John.. October 2018. Hot Regions in SPEC CPU2017 .