Easy Persistent Memory Performance Wins

Mainstream non-volatile main memory (NVMM) is just around the corner:  Intel is opening up access to their 3DXpoint technology to a broader range of companies, and we are gradually...

Streaming Video for The Computer Architect

Today streaming video accounts for over 70% of evening web traffic in the US. YouTube upload rates outpace not only CPU performance, but Moore’s Law itself, and reached 400 hours of video...

A Proposal to Coordinate Reviewing Across Computer Architecture Conferences

Peer-reviewed articles in top conferences are both the result and the driving force of computer architecture research. As our community expands and the number of submissions to top...

Speculating about speculation: on the (lack of) security guarantees of Spectre-V1 mitigations

Spectre and Meltdown opened the Pandora box of a new class of speculative execution attacks that defeat standard memory protection mechanisms. These attacks are not theoretical, they pose...

Trials and Tribulations of Telecommuting

Telecommuting is becoming increasingly common. This is partly due to technological advances that make it more feasible, and economic and family dynamics that tie people down to a...

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Announcements of book and tool releases, calls for award nominations, SIGARCH-focused announcements.

June 24, 2018
WICARCH survey
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Calls for Contributions

Calls for papers, tutorials, workshops, presentations and other technical contributions.

March 25, 2019 in Florence, Italy
Call for Papers: DATE 2019
February 16, 2019 in Washington DC
Call for Papers: CGO 2019
February 16, 2019 in Washington DC
Call for Papers: PPoPP 2019
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Calls for Participation

Information on registering and attending conferences, workshops and other events.

July 23, 2018 in Ithaca, USA
ANCS 2018: Student Travel Grants
June 4, 2018 in Haifa
July 23, 2018 in Bellevue, Washington
June 12, 2018 in Beijing, China
International Conference on Supercomputing
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  • RT @ieeemicro: “Little girls should be seen, not heard,” she was told. Here’s how one-time secretary Susan Eggers defied tradition and beca…
  • You can nominate papers for the MICRO Test of Time Award. Choose a paper from MICROs 1996–2000 by July 31. https://t.co/2kMQQDA4Y9
  • Here’s a proposal for an OS interface to non-volatile memories where programs mmap persistent files and write to th… https://t.co/lCVvgntf1U
  • Prof. Steve Swanson outlines “NVMM 1.5,” an easy way to realize most of persistent memories’ performance benefits. https://t.co/ba3rZuRCSS