Computer architecture research at Georgia
Tech spans many areas of modern processing. The faculty and their
affiliated research groups conduct research on all aspects of future
microprocessor technology including performance, power, multi-threading,
chip-multiprocessing, security, programmability, reliability, interaction with
compilers and software, and the impact of future technologies. There are many
active research collaborations between faculty in the College of Computing and the School of Electrical and Computer
Engineering. For more information about specific computer architecture
projects at Georgia Tech, please see the webpages for the individual principal
investigators listed below.
Affiliated FacultyAlphabetically by last name
01 Jun 2011: Prof. Gabriel Loh has left Georgia Tech to take a position at AMD Research-- Good luck, Gabe!
01 Mar 2010: Prof. Gabriel Loh has been promoted to Associate Professor in the School of Computer Science. Congratulations, Gabe! 01 Mar 2009: Prof. Milos Prvulovic has been promoted to Associate Professor in the School of Computer Science. Congratulations, Milos!
26 Jul 2008: Prof. Tom Conte joins the School of Computer Science at Georgia Tech. Welcome Tom!
21 May 2008: GT Computer Science PhD student Samantika Subramaniam is awarded an Intel Fellowship.
29 Feb 2008: Prof. Hsien-Hsin Lee has been awarded tenure!
30 Oct 2007: GT Computer Architecture has another strong showing at top computer architecture conferences. Two papers have been accepted to ASPLOS 2008, and four papers have been accepted to HPCA 2008.
19 Jun 2007: Nathan Clark (Univ. of Michigan) and Hyesoon Kim (Univ. of Texas, Austin) are joining as new assistant professors starting this Fall, 2007! Clark and Kim add to the prominence and stature of computer architecture research at Tech, and will play instrumental roles in building our presence in the domain of embedded systems and architectures. For more information on their research, see Nate's and Hyesoon's webpages.
26 Apr 2007: Assistant professor Gabriel H. Loh receives an NSF CAREER award for his proposal titled "Computer Architecture Foundations for 3D-Integrated High-Performance Microprocessors."
23 Jan 2007: Assistant professor Hsien-Hsin S. Lee receives an NSF CAREER award for his proposal titled "Introspective Computing: A Multicore Approach to Availability, Reliability, and Security."
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