A Crosscutting View of Computer Architecture
Title: A Crosscutting View of Computer Architecture
Time： 14:00-15:00, November 14 Wednesday,2018
Location: Room 201, Math Building
Lecturer： Ansuman Banerjee Indian Statistical Institute
In this talk, We will cover a brief overview of some interesting and contemporary research directions in the area of computer architecture. In particular, we will talk about memory controller design for multi-core systems, memory refresh and the famous rowhammer exploit in the context of today's DRAM systems. We will mention some of our preliminary efforts in this direction.
Ansuman Banerjee is an associate professor at Indian statistical institute. He received his PhD from IIT Kharagpur in 2008. His research interests are in design automation, computer architecture, formal verification.