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Course Logistics and Presentation Preparation

Please check the paper assignment below and remember the presentation date. Please start preparing to present your assigned paper. Presentations will start on April 11.

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

  • Step 2: Check your assigned paper and presentation date.
  • Step 3: Read and analyze your paper thoroughly
  • Step 4: Discuss with anyone you wish + use any resources
  • Step 5: Prepare a draft presentation based on guidelines (Study Lecture 1 and 2 again for presentation guidelines)
  • Step 6: Meet mentors and get feedback. Meetings are mandatory – you have to schedule them with your assigned mentors.
  • Step 7: Revise the presentation and delivery
  • Step 8: Meet mentors again and get further feedback
  • Step 9: Revise the presentation and delivery
  • Step 10: Practice, practice, practice

Schedule of Paper Presentations

Last Name First Name Paper Mentor1 Mentor2 Session (Date) Order in Day
Karaismailoglu Ege Self Optimizing Memory Controllers: A Reinforcement Learning Approach, ISCA 2008 Can Giray S1 (11.4) 1
Azizibarzoki Roknoddin A Scalable Processing-in-Memory Accelerator for Parallel Graph Processing, ISCA 2015 Mohammed Can S2 (18.4) 1
Strupe Fredrik D-RaNGe: Using Commodity DRAM Devices to Generate True Random Numbers with Low Latency and High Throughput", HPCA 2019 Giray Ivan S3 (2.5) 1
Bimmler David Spectre Attacks: Exploiting Speculative Execution, SP 2019 Lois Ivan S3 (2.5) 2
Graf David A Large Scale Study of Data Center Network Reliability, ACM IMC 2018 Lois Hasan S4 (9.5) 1
Sanches Ferreira Joao Darwin: A genomics co-processor provides up to 15,000 x acceleration on long read assembly, ASPLOS 2018 Can Mohammed S4 (9.5) 2
Giannoula Christina Mosaic: Enabling Application-Transparent Support for Multiple Page Sizes in Throughput Processors, ACM SIGOPS Operating Systems Review 2018 Juan Mohammed S5 (16.5) 1
Guggiari Simone Dynamic branch prediction with perceptrons, HPCA 2001 Hasan Lois S5 (16.5) 2
Möhr Matthias PIM-Enabled Instructions: A Low-Overhead, Locality-Aware Processing-in-Memory Architecture, ISCA, 2015 Juan Nika S6 (23.5) 1
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