Next Seminar
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The Compilers, Architecture, and Parallel Computing (CAP) Seminar is geared toward anyone affiliated with the University of Illinois to discuss research in these three (and tangential) areas. We meet once a week and critique papers, practice presentations, and discuss ideas.

Please email the CAP Seminar organizers if you have any questions.

Spring 2024 Schedule

Please email the organizers if you want to present in the seminar.
Date Type Speaker Paper/Topic
January 16 Practice Presentation Nathaniel Bleier Sub-cent Processors, Earable Computers, and Space Microdatacenters: Novel Computer Systems for Truly Ubiquitous Computing
January 23 Logistics Saugata Ghose Spring Kickoff
January 30 Practice Presentation Neil Zhao Modern Clouds: Side-Channel Attacks and Defenses
February 6 Practice Presentation Jacob Laurel Automated Analyses for Continuous Computations
February 13 Paper Presentation Jack Wang Mallacc: Accelerating Memory Allocation (ASPLOS 2017)
February 20 Open Mic Nicholas Satchanov A Brief View into Chiplets
Open Mic Mike Montano Generalizing Tensor Processing Units
February 27 Presentation Qiaobo Li NVIDIA Converged Accelerators
March 5 No Seminar
March 12 No Seminar
March 19 No Seminar
March 26 Paper Presentation Ryan Wong and Bakshree Mishra Race Logic: A Hardware Acceleration for Dynamic Programming Algorithms (ISCA 2014)
April 2 Presentation Haoyang Zhang Survey: GPU Memory Optimizations for Large Model Training
Presentation Bobby Zhou GPU Memory
April 9 Presentation Vir Narula Survey of Learned Approaches to Tensor Program Performance Modelling
Presentation Tianyi Liu Pianist: Scalable ZK-Rollups via Fully Distributed Zero-Knowledge Proofs (S&P 2024)
April 16 Paper Presentation Anish Meka and Pavlo Pastaryev Every Walk's a Hit: Making Page Walks Single-Access Cache Hits (ASPLOS 2022)
April 23 Guest Speaker Tze Meng Low (CMU) Towards a Science for Portable, Efficient and Explainable Designs
April 30 Paper Presentation Nikoleta Iliakopoulou and Yuting Wang Simba: Scaling Deep-Learning Inference with Multi-Chip-Module-Based Architecture (MICRO 2019)
Open Mic Nicholas Satchanov A look at processing-using-memory
Open Mic Mike Montano A survey of processing-in-memory
Presentation Qiaobo Li A survey of NVIDIA Jetson devices

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