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I am the Dr. William D. and Nancy W. Strecker Early Career (Associate) Professor at Carnegie Mellon University Electrical and Computer Engineering Department. I also hold a courtesy appointment in the Computer Science Department. My research group is SAFARI. My research interests are in computer architecture and systems, especially in the interactions between languages, operating systems, compilers, and microarchitecture. I was previously a researcher in the Computer Architecture Group at Microsoft Research (from 2006 to 2009) and a Research Fellow at the University of Texas at Austin (from 2007 to 2009). Before that, I was a member of the HPS Research Group at the University of Texas at Austin, where I received my PhD in 2006. My PhD dissertation was on efficient runahead execution processors. I received my BS degrees in computer engineering and psychology from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, in 2000 and my MS degree in electrical and computer engineering from UT-Austin in 2002. I worked at Intel Corporation during the summers of 2001-2003 and at Advanced Micro Devices during the summers of 2004-2005. I am honored and humbled to have received several honors for our research, including the University of Texas George H. Mitchell Award for Excellence in Graduate Research in 2005, Microsoft Gold Star Award in 2008, NSF CAREER Award in 2010, ASPLOS 2010 Best Paper Award, VTS 2010 Best Paper Award, ICCD 2012 Best Paper Award, RTAS 2014 Best Paper Award, 2011 IEEE Computer Society TCCA Young Computer Architect Award, 2012 Intel Early Career Faculty Honor Program Award, 2012 Carnegie Mellon College of Engineering George Tallman Ladd Research Award, and several “computer architecture top pick” paper recognitions by the IEEE Micro magazine.
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