Processing Data Where It Makes Sense in Modern Computing Systems

Onur gave a keynote talk on “Processing Data Where It Makes Sense in Modern Computing Systems: Enabling In-Memory Computation” at the 29th ACM Great Lakes Symposium on VLSI in Washington.

Onur Mutlu,
“Processing Data Where It Makes Sense in Modern Computing Systems: Enabling In-Memory Computation”
Keynote Talk at 29th ACM Great Lakes Symposium on VLSI (GLSVLSI), Washington, DC, USA, May 2019.
[Slides (pptx)]
[Related Overview Paper]

Team Kassiopeia win at the GCSP Cyber 9/12 Strategy Challenge

Congratulations to Lara Lazier, a bachelor student in our group, and her Team Kassiopeia, who took home the prize for “Most Creative Policy Response Alternative” during this year’s Cyber 9/12 Strategy Challenge hosted by the Geneva Centre for Security Policy: www.gcsp.ch/cyber-912-strategy-challenge-2019

Read more: Team Kassiopeia wins “Most Creative Policy Response Alternative”, D-INFK

Congratulations Lara and Team Kassiopeia!

 

NAPEL: machine-learning-based prediction framework for NMC

Our new paper “NAPEL: Near-Memory Computing Application Performance Prediction via Ensemble Learning”, the first machine-learning-based prediction framework for Near-Memory Computing to be presented at the Design Automation Conference in June is now out:

Gagandeep Singh, Stefano Corda, Geraldo Francisco de Oliveira, Juan Gomez-Luna, Giovanni Mariani, Sander Stujik, Onur Mutlu, and Henk Corporaal, “NAPEL: Near-Memory Computing Application Performance Prediction via Ensemble Learning” Proceedings of the 56th Design Automation Conference (DAC), Las Vegas, NV, USA, June 2019.

We’ve also released Ramulator-PIM, a processing-in-memory simulation framework, used to develop NAPEL:
Source Code: https://github.com/CMU-SAFARI/ramulator-pim

Chai benchmarks for FPGA just released

We’ve just released the benchmarks for our recent paper: “Analysis and Modeling of Collaborative Execution Strategies for Heterogeneous CPU-FPGA Architectures”,  in collaboration with Prof. Hwu’s IMPACT Research Group: impact.crhc.illinois.edu

 

 

Google Faculty Research Award for SAFARI!

The Google Faculty Research Awards for 2018 were recently announced, and our group received an award in the Mobile category!  The Google Faculty Research Awards Program supports world-class, permanent faculty pursuing cutting-edge research in areas of mutual interest.  The award is highly competitive – only 15% of applicants receive funding after a rigorous Google-wide review process.  Congratulations to Onur Mutlu and the SAFARI Research Group!