When University of Texas faculty stars Doug Burger and Kathryn McKinley moved to Microsoft Research, they brought with them graduate student Hadi Esmaeilzadeh, who transferred to UW CSE and added CSE’s Luis Ceze as an advisor.
Hadi has had an amazing streak of high-profile results recently:
- A “Research Highlight” in CACM: “Looking Back and Looking Forward: Power, Performance, and Upheaval” (full paper from ASPLOS here), July 2012.
- Two “Research Highlights” in IEEE Micro: “Dark Silicon and the End of Multicore Scaling” (full paper from ISCA here), and “What is Happening to Power, Performance, and Software?” (the “Looking Back …” paper), both May/June 2012.
And now, another:
- A “Research Highlight” in CACM: “Power Challenges May End the Multicore Era“. (Introduction to the paper by IBM’s Pradeep Bose here.)
Congratulations again, Hadi!