The Liberty Computer Architecture Research Group exploits unique opportunities exposed by considering the interaction of compilers and architectures to increase performance, to improve reliability, to reduce cost, to lower power, and to shorten the time to market of microprocessor systems. This objective is accomplished by providing critical computer architecture and compiler research, expertise, and prototypes to the community.
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July 22, 2021: Our group together with Prof. Simone Campanoni's group and Dr. Michael Kruse received an award from DOE X-Stack to develop novel compiler techniques for translating programs from one parallel programming language to another!
June 30, 2021: A hearty congratulations goes to Nayana Prasad Nagendra for successfully defending her Ph.D. thesis. Good luck at ARM!
December 9, 2020: A hearty congratulations goes to Sotiris Apostolakis for successfully defending his Ph.D. thesis. Good luck at Google!
September 23, 2020: Congratulation to Sotiris Apostolakis for receiving a Siebel Scholars award!
January 13, 2020: Our paper, " AsmDB: Understanding and Mitigating Front-End Stalls in Warehouse-Scale Computers," was selected as one of IEEE Micro's Top Picks from Computer Architecture Conferences! IEEE Micro's Top Picks issue recognizes papers "based on novelty and potential for long-term impact in the field of computer architecture" in 2019.
May 21, 2019: A hearty congratulations goes to Stephen R. Beard for successfully defending his Ph.D. thesis. Good luck at TigerStone!
Aprl 20, 2019: Congrats to Hansen Zhang for getting married to Mingsha Xu!