Sanchez Wins MICRO-48 Best Paper Award

Wednesday, December 16, 2015

MIT Professor Daniel Sanchez's research team won Best Paper at the 48th Annual IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Microarchitecture (MICRO-48). The paper "Exploiting Commutativity to Reduce the Cost of Updates to Shared Data in Cache-Coherent System" was co-authored with students Guowei Zhang and Webb Horn.

C-FAR researchers authored two of the three Best Paper nominees, as Princeton Professor Margaret Martonosi's paper "CCICheck: Using μhb Graphs to Verify the Coherence-Consistency Interface" was also nominated. Martonosi's paper was co-authored with students Yatin Manerkar, Daniel Lustig, and Michael Pellauer.