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CSE’s Crowley, Fiuczynski, Baer, and Bershad honored by International Conference on Supercomputing

newlogoThe paper “Characterizing Processor Architectures for Programmable Network Interfaces,” which appeared in the International Conference on Supercomputing in 2000, is one of 35 papers selected for inclusion in the retrospective volume 25 Years of the International Conference on Supercomputing.

The selection committee considered the 100 most cited papers out of approximately 1,800 papers published in the ICS proceedings between 1987 and 2011, selecting the 35 most influential.

Congratulations to authors Patrick Crowley (then a UW CSE Ph.D. student, now a professor at Washington University), Marc Fiuczynski (then a UW CSE Ph.D. student, now Principal Architect at Akamai Technologies), Jean-Loup Baer (then a UW CSE faculty member, now emeritus), and Brian Bershad (then a UW CSE faculty member, now with Google).

January 25, 2014