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The Berkeley Parallel Computing Laboratory

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The Berkeley “Par Lab” was established in 2008 to address perhaps the greatest ever challenge in computing systems: the end of sequential processor performance scaling and the resultant need to move to parallel computing everywhere. Our ambitious goal is “to enable most programmers to productively write correct, portable, efficient software for manycore processors that will scale with the number of cores”. We formed a large co-located team of faculty and students collaborating to tackle this problem from applications down to architecture. In this talk, I will give an overview of our research agenda and describe the progress we have made in the first three years of the project.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Computer Architecture Group Meeting series.

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