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Scaling the Field: Collaboration is of the Essence

Scaling the Field: Collaboration is of the Essence

Graduate student growth continues to outpace faculty growth in computer science. Because producing successful graduate students requires publishing with them, each faculty member should be publishing more, but they are not.  If research quality has dropped over time, as some perceive, the reason in not an increase in per-author output.

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Publication Trends at ISCA

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 ISCA from 1973, when it was inaugurated, to 2018. This blog summarizes the main findings of the detailed article which can be...

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ISCA 2019 Summary

ISCA 2019 Summary

Every four years, various research conferences spanning different areas of Computer Science are co-located together into a week-long coordinated meeting, Federated Computing Research Conference (FCRC), held in a common place. In 2019, the common place is Phoenix,...

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ASPLOS 2019 Summary

ASPLOS 2019 Summary

Researchers in programming languages, operating systems, and computer architecture converged on Providence, RI this April for the 24th edition of ASPLOS. This year’s ASPLOS showed the strength of computer systems research in many areas, from cloud computing to...

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