Eiman Ebrahimi Wins Best Paper Award at ASPLOS
It was announced on Monday that the paper, "Fairness via Source Throttling: A Configurable and High-Performance Fairness Substrate for Multi-Core Memory Systems," by Eiman Ebrahimi, Chang Joo Lee, Onur Mutlu, and Yale Patt, was selected as one of three Best Paper Awards at ASPLOS XV, being held this week in Pittsburgh, PA. ASPLOS (which stands for Architectural Support for Programming Languages and Operating Systems) is sponsored by the ACM.
It is usually regarded as one of the four top conferences in the field of Computer Architecture. Eiman is a GSRA in the HPS Research Group. He is an advanced stage PhD student of Professor Patt. Chang Joo Lee is also a GSRA in the HPS Research Group, and an advanced stage PhD student of Professor Patt. Onur Mutlu is an Assistant Professor of ECE at Carnegie-Mellon University. He earned his PhD at UT in 2006, where he was also a member of the HPS Research Group.