Parallel Programming Talk #99 "Taming the Wild Order of Synchronizations" with YY Zhou



It’s Tuesday, January 25, 2011 and this is Parallel Programming Talk

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About today’s guest:

Yuanyuan Zhou is currently a Qualcomm Chair Professor at UC-San Diego.  Her research interests include operating systems, architecture, system reliability and maintainability.  She has also worked at NEC Research Institute as a scientist after completing her Ph.D at Princeton in 2000. She has won a great many awards – 9 in all and her papers – Several were chosen  for IEEE Micro Special Issue on Top Picks from Architecture Conferences. Many accomplishments!

 Prior to UCSD, she was a tenured associate professor at University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. She has also worked at NEC Research Institute as a scientist after completing her Ph.D at Princeton in 2000. Her research interests span the areas of operating systems, architecture, system reliability and maintainability. She was the recipient for the Alfred Sloan Fellowship 2007, UIUC Gear Faculty Award 2006, NSF Career-2004 award, the CRA-W Anita-Borg Early Career Award 2005, the DOE Early Career Principle Investigator Award 2005, the IBM Faculty Award 2004 & 2005, the IBM SUR-2003 award and NetApp Faculty Fellowship 2010. She has 3 papers selected into the IEEE Micro Special Issue on Top Picks from Architecture Conferences and one best paper in SOSP 2005. She and her students have released several software quality assurance tools that are currently been used many developers in both commercial companies like Cisco, Qualcomm, Juniper, Motorola, Tellabs, etc as well as open source projects.)

Abstract and Paper:  Ad Hoc Synchronizations Considered Harmful - Order Synchronization Characteristics Study and Auto-Annotation

Tune in next week , February1st for our long-anticipated 100th show! Clay and I will both be in the new studio – Clay and Kathy in the same place!!!!

 We’ll have some special guests and surprises and we’ll take an up close and personal look at the new ISN Studio.

 Remember  - “A journey done in parallel takes half the time”

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