Each student will present a previously-published research paper in class on
designated lecture days in November/December.
There is no better way to learn something than to teach it.
Each presentation will have a 25 minute slot, so plan for 15-18 minutes without interruptions.
The recommended topic of your presentation is a paper pertinent to your project.
Timetable for Presentation in Lecture on Day T (or earlier!)
- Noon, Monday Nov 5th: Email instructor with 1st, 2nd, and 3rd choices
for paper to present (include pdf or a link unless you know I
know the paper). I will assign papers first-come-first-serve.
Please, talk to me earlier, especially if you have topic ideas,
but no specific paper.
- T - 2 Days: Send instructor presentation draft
(First thing Monday for Tuesday presentations).
- T - 2 Hours: Email instructor presentation.
(Make sure it is compatible with Powerpoint 2008 for Mac or bring your own laptop).
Monday November 9th
Wednesday November 11th
Friday November 13th
- No Presentations (ISCA deadline)
Monday November 16th
Wednesday November 18th
Friday November 20th
Monday November 30th
Wednesday December 2nd
Friday December 4th
- Srinath Sridharan
Reducers and other Cilk++ hyperobjects
- Thawan Kooburat
A Type and Effect System for Deterministic Parallel Java,
R. Bocchino, V. Adve, D. Dig., S. Adve, S. Heumann, R. Komuravelli, J. Overbey, P. Simmons, H. Sung, and M. Vakilian,
in OOPSLA 2009.