C-FAR & Intel Researchers Win Best Paper at MICRO-49

Thursday, October 27, 2016

A paper co-authored by C-FAR researchers at Princeton University and Intel staff won one of two Best Paper Awards at the 49th Annual ACM/IEEE International Symposium on Microarchitecture (MICRO-49). The paper "Graphicionado: A High-Performance and Energy-Efficient Accelerator for Graph Analytics" was co-authored by Tae Jun Ham (Princeton University), Lisa Wu (Intel), Narayanan Sundaram (Intel), Nadathur Satish (Intel), and Margaret Martonosi (Princeton University). The symposium was held October 15 - 19 in Taipei, Taiwan.