Increasing Your Research Impact

Many works present their results; this blog post seeks to aid you in developing your own great results, especially in computer architecture and systems. I learned these lessons over a career leading to an Eckert-Mauchly Award. I structure this blog post with steps of the scientific method.

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Highlights From Persistent Programming In Real Life (PIRL) 2019

On July 22-23rd, UC San Diego’s Non-Volatile Systems Laboratory and the Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA) hosted the first...

Publication Trends at ISCA

Recently, we conducted a detailed study of some notable publication trends at ISCA. We used the abstracts for all the papers published at...

A Case for Case Studies

Consider the following thought experiment.  You are on the program committee of a conference like ASPLOS or PLDI, and your committee must...

New Blog Editor

Nearly two and a half years ago, I welcomed you to Computer Architecture Today as the founding editor. Today I bid my farewells.  Creating a...

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