CS 7937: Arch/Async Seminar
Architecture Reading Club

The Architecture Reading Club convenes once every week and is organized by the Utah Arch research group. The seminar's objective is to discuss various aspects of modern computer architecture. Every meeting is encouraged to be an interactive session where a presenter talks about some recent papers published in top computer architecture / operating systems / circuits venues.

Students registered for credits are expected to present at least once during the course of the semester. To sign up for a slot, send an email to Ali (shafiee@cs) with the subject line arch-rd-signup and mention the date and the links to the paper(s).

Spring 2014 Schedule

Date Presenter Paper(s) Remarks
Jan 15 Ali Meet the Walkers Accelerating Index Traversals for In-Memory Databases paper
Jan 21 Meysam Approximate Storage in Solid-State Memories paper
Jan 28 Jintack Tarazu: optimizing MapReduce on heterogeneous clusters paper
Feb 4 Meysam Exploiting Expendable Process-Margins in DRAMs for Run-Time Performance Optimization paper
Feb 11 Gita Phantom: Practical Oblivious Computation in a Secure Processor paper
Feb 25 Ali Time Channel Protection for a Shared Memory Controller not available
Mar 18 Seth Q100: The Architecture and Design of a Database Processing Unit paper
Mar 25 Huihui Integrated 3D-Stacked Server Designs for Increasing Physical Density of Key-Value Stores paper
Apr 1 Jintack Architectural Support for Address Translation on GPUs paper
Apr 8 Meysam SAGE: Self-Tuning Approximation for Graphics Engines paper
Apr 15 Ali The Reuse Cache: Downsizing the Shared Last-Level Cache paper

Suggested Papers

MICRO 2014 HPCA 2014 ISCA 2014 ISCA 2013 HPCA 2013

Papers Presented In Previous Semesters

Fall 2012 Spring 2013 Summer 2013 Fall 2013


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