|Present||Assistant Professor, University of Washington Tacoma ‐ Institute of Technology|
hardware architectures, system software (firmware, operating systems, middleware, and novel applications), tools for efficiently exploiting the computational capacity of high-end computing systems, performance and energy efficiencies in HPC systems, characterizing and modeling emerging server workloads to drive architectural advances, and developing high-throughput fabric technologies
HcBench: Methodology, Development, and Characterization of a Customer Usage Representative ...
2013 IEEE International Symposium on Workload Characterization (IISWC) (2013)
Big Data analytics using Map-Reduce over Hadoop has become a leading edge paradigm for distributed programming over large server clusters. ...
An Implementation of Page Allocation Shaping for Energy Efficiency
Proceedings of Third Workshop on High Performance, Power-Aware Computing (HPPAC) Held in Conjunction With International Parallel & Distributed Processing Symposium, Long Beach, CA (2007)
Main memory in many tera-scale systems requires tens of kilowatts of power. The resulting energy consumption increases system cost and ...
Memory-Miser: A Performance-Constrained Runtime System for Power-Scalable Clusters
Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Computing Frontiers (2007)
Main memory in clusters may dominate total system power. The resulting energy consumption increases system operating cost and the heat ...
Improving the Energy Efficiency of High-Performance Server Systems
Proceedings of the Twentieth ACM Symposium on Operating Systems Principles (2005)
Total system energy is often dominated by microprocessor power consumption. However, the need for increased memory capacity in high-performance server ...