Reliable and High Performance Computing
CSL researchers develop augmented reality technology for smartphones.
Building on the lauded success of last year’s 2014 inaugural hackathon, organizers from the Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility (OLCF), the University of Illinois Coordinated Science Laboratory and National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA), NVIDIA, and The Portland Group (PGI) gathered in April at NCSA on the university’s Urbana-Champaign campus for the next round of applications acceleration programming.
CSL's newest faculty member researches real-time operating systems, real-time scheduling, and real-time networks, with an emphasis on avionics and automotive systems.
The honor recognizes Roy Choudhury's contributions in mobile sensing and wireless networking research.
Researchers are investigating whether recalling text messages, calls, and Facebook likes could be a useful log-in strategy.
Associate Professor Alejandro Dominguez-Garcia won a 2014 Campus Distinguished Promotion Award, an award from the Provost that recognizes recently promoted faculty who have shown special promise in their fields.
CSL Professor Vikram Adve has been named a 2014 Fellow of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). In his citation he was recognized “[f]or developing the LLVM compiler and for contributions to parallel computing and software security.” He is one of 49 ACM members being recognized this year for their contributions to computing.
Professors Steven Lumetta, Brian Cunningham and John Dallesasse have won a $300,000 National Science Foundation grant to work further on their research into turning smartphones into biodetectors that rival lab machines.
Assistant Professor Shobha Vasudevan has made a major impact in her field in a short amount of time. The IEEE Council of Electronic Design Automation (CEDA) recently presented Vasudevan with the Early Career Award “for outstanding contributions to design verification including assertion generation and coverage analysis."
CS graduate student Man-Ki Yoon received the Roberto Padovani Scholarship from Qualcomm. The Roberto Padovani Scholarship program was created in 2008 to recognize Qualcomm Research interns who demonstrate extraordinary technical talent during their summer internships.