The C3SR faculty, Prof. Bo Li, has been named to MIT Technology Review’s list of 35 Innovators Under 35. for her pioneering research in adversarial attacks to detect flaws in AI systems and make them more robust.
The pandemic of Covid-19 has disrupted almost everything, including students’ summer internship. Please take a look at this CSL news article on how C3SR is coming up with creative ways to help those students whose internships have been affected by this pandemic.
A research work from the C3SR team titled “XSP: Across-Stack Profiling and Analysis of Machine Learning Models on GPU won the Best Paper Award at the 34th IEEE International Parallel & Distributed Processing Symposium (IPDPS).
The winning team members were Cheng Li, Abdul Dakkak, Jinjun Xiong, Wei Wei, Lingjie Xu, and Wen-mei Hwu.
Prof. Andrew Miller from C3SR won the recent NSF CAREER award for his work, titled “Composable Programming Abstractions for Secure Distributed Computing and Blockchain Applications.”
A research work from the C3SR team titled “Leveraging Dynamic Partial Reconfiguration with Scalable ILP Based Task Scheduling,” won the A. K. Chowdhury Best Paper Award at the 33rd International Conference on VLSI Design (VLSID).
The winning team members were Ashutosh Dhar, Mang Yu, Wei Zuo, Xiaohao Wang, Nam Sung Kim and Deming Chen.
Prof. Andrew Miller from C3SR was part of the team led by IBM to win the recent $14.7M grant for their project, titled PASCAL, funded by the Homomorphic Encryption Computing Techniques with Overhead Reduction (HECTOR) program of the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA).
As part of this effort, Andrew will lead the design of tools that enable reasoning about the security of the Blaze system.