Latest NewsFeb 12, 2014
Expedition Papers Accepted to Premier EDA Conferences
Ph.D. student Abbas Rahimi from UCSD and co-authors have papers accepted at the premier electronic design automation (EDA) conferences in Europe (at DATE 2014) and the U.S. (at DAC 2014). Rahimi will present at the Design Automation Conference to be held in San Francisco this June. He is first author on the DAC paper, "Energy-Efficient GPGPU Architectures via Collaborative Compilation and Memristive Memory-Based Computing," co-authored with colleagues from UCSD, UC Santa Barbara and institutions in Italy and Switzerland. Before that, in Dresden next month, Rahimi is first author on "Temporal Memoization for Energy-Efficient Timing Error Recovery in GPGPUs." Variability Expedition director Rajesh Gupta is senior on both papers, and will make the presentation at DATE. There are links to both paper on CSE's Microelectronic Embedded Systems Laboratory (MESL) from the Publications section of the Variability website.
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