Dr. Guang R. Gao from ETI was recently recognized as the 2011 recipient of the annual Gauss Award for the most outstanding paper in the field of scalable supercomputing at ISC’11. The paper, “Experiments with the Fresh Breeze Tree-Based Memory Model” is co-authored with Jack Dennis of the Massachusetts Institutfe of Technology and Xiaoxuan Meng of the University of Delaware. The Award is sponsored by the German Gauss Center for Supercomputing which annually selects the most outstanding paper in the field of scalable supercomputing from those accepted for the honor at ISC’s Research Paper Sessions.
“I’m honored to accept this prestigious distinction at this year’s ISC,” said Gao. “The Fresh Breeze memory model is a novel new approach to system architecture, and its emphasis on a fine-grained, dynamic, asynchronous, and adaptive management of resources will become increasingly critical as more advanced many-core systems proliferate.”
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