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Architecture Support for Accelerator-Center Architectures
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In order to drastically improve the energy efficiency, we believe that future computer processors need to go beyond parallelization, and provide architecture support of customization and specialization so that the processor architecture can be adapted and optimized for different application domains. In particular, we believe that future processor architectures will make extensive use of accelerators to further increase energy efficiency. Such architectures present many new challenges and opportunities, such as accelerator synthesis, scheduling, sharing, virtualization, memory hierarchy optimization, and efficient compilation and runtime support. In this talk, I shall present our ongoing research in these areas in the Center for Domain-Specific Computing (supported by the NSF Expeditions in Computing Award).
Professor Cong is Chancellor’s Professor at the Computer Science Department of University of California, Los Angeles, Associate Vice Provost for Internationalization, the director of Center for Domain-Specific Computing (funded by an NSF Expeditions in Computing Award), and co-director of the VLSI CAD Laboratory. He also served as the department chair from 2005 to 2008.
This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Computer Architecture Group Meeting series.
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