Clarity-Lab to host an ASPLOS 2015 tutorial “Sirius: An Open End-to-End Intelligent Personal Assistant like Apple’s Siri”

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[bibshow file=clarity] We are excited to announce that we will host a tutorial at ASPLOS 2015 to accompany the paper and release for Sirius [bibcite key=hauswald15asplos]. Official Website A Sirius Pitch: As user demand scales for intelligent personal assistants (IPAs) such as Apple’s Siri, Google’s Google Now, and Microsoft’s Cortana, we are approaching the computational limits of current datacenter system architectures. It is an open question how future server architectures should evolve to enable this emerging class of applications, and … Read More

Lingjia Tang (co-Director)

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Lingjia Tang is an assistant professor of CSE at the University of Michigan. Prior to joining the University of Michigan, she was a research faculty member at UCSD CSE Department 2012-2013. Her research focuses on computer architecture and software systems, especially such systems for large scale datacenters. Recently, her publications at HPCA ’ 13 and ISCA ’13 on optimizing datacenter infrastructures are reported in Wired, The Registers and ACM tech news. Her publication at Micro’11 is selected as IEEE Micro … Read More

Jason Mars (co-Director)

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Jason Mars received his Ph.D. from University of Virginia in 2012 and recently joined the CSE department at the University of Michigan as an assistant professor in July of 2013. Mars’ work focuses on the optimization of warehouse scale computers (WSCs). Such systems are increasingly becoming popular: companies like Google, Apple, Facebook, Amazon, IBM and Microsoft are deploying hundreds of such systems throughout the world in order to power the next generation of internet services. Such systems now form the … Read More