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Presentation Preparation and Sessions

Please check the paper assignment below and remember the presentation date. Please start preparing to present your assigned paper.

Each student will present and analyze one paper (maximum 30 minutes) and lead discussion+brainstorming+feedback (maximum 20 minutes).

Please use the following algorithm to prepare for your talk:

  • Step 2: Check your assigned paper and presentation date.
  • Step 3: Contact your Mentor #1, Mentor #2, Mentor #3, and Mentor #4 to schedule a meeting (do it now). You need to meet mentors at least twice before you can present in class.
  • Step 4: Read and analyze your paper thoroughly.
  • Step 5: Discuss with anyone you wish + use any resources.
  • Step 6: Prepare a draft presentation based on guidelines (Study Lecture 1 and 2 again for presentation guidelines).
  • Step 7: Meet mentors and get feedback. Meetings are mandatory – you have to schedule them with your assigned mentors.
  • Step 8: Revise the presentation and delivery.
  • Step 9: Meet mentors again and get further feedback.
  • Step 10: Revise the presentation and delivery.
  • Step 11: Practice, practice, practice.

We look forward to you participating in an enjoyable seminar course this semester.

Schedule of Paper Presentations

First/Last Name Session (Order in Day) and Date Paper Mentor #1 Mentor #2 Mentor #3 Mentor #4
Roman Meier S1.1
4.11
Bottleneck Identification and Scheduling in Multithreaded Applications, ASPLOS 2012. Mohammad Sadrosadati Gagandeep Singh Konstantinos Kanellopoulos Geraldo Francisco De Oliveira Junior
Alain Kohli S2.1
11.11
Profiling a Warehouse-scale Computer, ISCA, 2015. Jeremie Kim Behzad Salami Can Firtina Haiyu Mao
Daniel Nezamabadi S2.2
11.11
Understanding sources of inefficiency in general-purpose chips, ISCA 2010. Gagandeep Singh João Dinis Ferreira Nika Mansouri Ghiasi Mohammad Sadrosadati
Aurelio Negri S3.1
18.11
Pythia: A Customizable Hardware Prefetching Framework Using Online Reinforcement Learning, MICRO 2021 Rahul Bera Konstantinos Kanellopoulos Jisung Park Gagandeep Singh
Haocong Luo S3.2
18.11
Branch Runahead: An Alternative to Branch Prediction for Impossible to Predict Branches, MICRO 2021 Geraldo Francisco De Oliveira Junior Rakesh Nadig Haiyu Mao Rahul Bera
Alexander Eichhorn S4.1
25.11
Very Long Instruction Word Architectures and the ELI-512, ISCA 1983 Behzad Salami Haiyu Mao Gagandeep Singh Rahul Bera
Max Striebel S4.2
25.11
A Case for Richer Cross-layer Abstractions: Bridging the Semantic Gap with Expressive Memory, ISCA 2018. Can Firtina Roknoddin Azizi Lois Orosa Nogueira Nastaran Hajinazar
Fiona Pichler S5.1
2.12
Quantifying Server Memory Frequency Margin and Using It to Improve Performance in HPC Systems, ISCA 2021 Nika Mansouri Ghiasi Geraldo Francisco De Oliveira Junior Jeremie Kim Behzad Salami
Lukas Möller S5.2
2.12
SIMDRAM: An End-to-End Framework for Bit-Serial SIMD Computing in DRAM, ASPLOS 2021 Juan Gomez Luna Mohammed Alser Geraldo Francisco De Oliveira Junior Nastaran Hajinazar
Banu Cavlak S6.1
9.12
TRRespass: Exploiting the Many Sides of Target Row Refresh, IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, 2020 Hasan Hassan Abdullah Giray Yaglikci João Dinis Ferreira Jeremie Kim
Philipp Niksch S6.2
9.12
BlockHammer: Preventing RowHammer at Low Cost by Blacklisting Rapidly-Accessed DRAM Rows, HPCA 2021 Abdullah Giray Yaglikci Jisung Park Hasan Hassan Minesh Patel
Steve Rhyner S7.1
16.12
RAMBleed: Reading Bits in Memory Without Accessing Them, IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, 2020. Lois Orosa Nogueira Rahul Bera Abdullah Giray Yaglikci Aatberk
Jan Stauffer S7.2
16.12
Using Memory Errors to Attack a Virtual Machine, IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, 2003 Konstantinos Kanellopoulos Hasan Hassan Rakesh Nadig Minesh Patel
Lin Xiao S8.1
23.12
Drammer: Deterministic Rowhammer Attacks on Mobile Platforms, CCS 2016. Jisung Park Lois Orosa Nogueira Rahul Bera Ataberk
Joel Lindegger S8.2
23.12
SquiggleFilter: An Accelerator for Portable Virus Detection, MICRO 2021 Mohammed Alser Can Firtina Nour Almadhoun Alserr Haiyu Mao
Aditya Manglik S8.3
23.12
Google Workloads for Consumer Devices: Mitigating Data Movement Bottlenecks, ASPLOS 2018. Minesh Patel Nika Mansouri Ghiasi Juan Gomez Luna João Dinis Ferreira
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