Tanvir Ahmed Khan earns Towner Prize for Outstanding PhD ResearchThe award recognizes creative and outstanding research achievements.
Five EECS faculty receive Ted Kennedy Family Faculty Team Excellence AwardThese faculty each contributed toward a successful center that developed specialized hardware “building blocks” for a range of applications.
Cyber vulnerability in networks used by spacecraft, aircraft and energy generation systemsA new attack discovered by the University of Michigan and NASA exploits a trusted network technology to create unexpected and potentially catastrophic behavior
CSE undergrads finish first, third in ACM MICRO research competitionThe student researchers studied how to simulate massive datacenter application data and how to improve datacenter efficiency with payload awareness.
System to avoid data center inefficiencies earns Best PaperCalled Whisper, the technique mitigates mispredictions in application control flow via efficient profiling.
CSE authors present four papers at MICRO 2022Thirteen CSE co-authors had work accepted at the conference, including one Best Paper nominee.
CSE researchers present five papers at ISCA 202217 U-M researchers proposed a variety of techniques to speed up complex graph algorithms, encrypted cloud computing, memory-intensive matrix operations, and more.
Tanvir Ahmed Khan awarded Rackham Predoctoral FellowshipThe fellowship will advance his work to improve the efficiency of modern data center processors with optimizations that lie at the intersection of compilers, operating systems, and computer architecture.
A first step toward more agile hardware design, debuggingA new suite of tools takes advantage of modern reconfigurable devices to enable developers to better address bugs in hardware after it's been deployed.
Ian Neal awarded Towner Prize for Distinguished Academic AchievementThe award recognizes active participation in research, leadership, and academic performance.
Undergraduate researcher wins first place at the ACM Student Research CompetitionSong devised a new type of Branch Target Buffer replacement mechanism to tackle the gap between ideal and practical performance.
Baris Kasikci named Morris Wellman ProfessorKasikci’s research is centered around developing techniques, tools, and environments that help developers build more reliable, secure, and efficient software.
CSE authors present six papers at MICRO 202112 co-authors had work accepted at the conference, including one Best Paper nominee.
Google Award for preventing Spectre, Rowhammer in the cloudKevin Loughlin's project tackles an issue called context isolation on shared computing resources.
Google Award to make widely used software testing technique more effectiveBaris Kasikci plans to improve software fuzzers by learning how deployed software is most commonly run by users.
Four papers with Michigan authors at SIGCOMM 2021ACM SIGCOMM's annual conference is the leading conference in data communications and networking in the world.
Four CSE co-authored papers presented at PLDI 2021The papers define new ways to reconstruct program failures, program with live graphical elements, and extract information from webpages.
U-M researchers present three papers at ISCA 2021
Fourteen researchers presented work on accelerating genome sequence alignment, fast multi-GPU systems, and more reliable data center caches.
Baris Kasikci awarded Microsoft Research Faculty Fellowship
The award highlights Kasikci as an emerging leader in the design of efficient and trustworthy computer systems.
Baris Kasikci earns VMWare Early Career Grant
The grant recognizes recently appointed faculty whose research interests and accomplishments seem poised to have significant impact within the industry and academia.
Marina Minkin chosen for Facebook Fellowship
Marina’s research in security closely investigates the boundary between software and hardware.
Building a testing-free future
How automated guarantees that our most complex programs are secure and trustworthy can save us time, money, and anxiety.
CSE researchers report over $11M in research grants last quarter
The awards were distributed to 18 different primary investigators.
Prof. Baris Kasikci recognized as rising star by Intel
The award recognizes early career faculty who show great promise in developing future computing technologies.
$1.8M DARPA project aims to protect cars, trucks and spacecraft from hackers
Ironpatch could head off growing danger of security vulnerabilities in vehicle systems.
Baris Kasikci earns CAREER Award to automatically improve software quality with data from everyday program use
Kasikci will sift through the byproducts of hundreds of millions of common program executions to determine how this data can automate some key steps in bug finding and fixing.
Nine CSE graduate students recognized by NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program
The nine students represent a broad range of research areas in the department.
Undergraduate research on speeding up data centers earns ACM first prize
The student’s project targets critical moments where the next instruction in a program is only available in a slower type of memory.
New student tool gets chips from lab to fab faster than ever
The open-source system cuts a key step in chip testing down from days or weeks to a couple hours, on average.
Researchers design new solution to widespread side-channel attacks
The proposal provides a chip-level safeguard against sensitive data being transmitted after it’s accessed.
CSE faculty bring significant showing to major systems conference
Researchers designed three new systems to speed up code at several key bottlenecks.
Automated tool optimizes complex programs better than humans
Erie provided database repairs that were previously performed exclusively by human programmers.
Three papers chosen as IEEE Micro Top Picks
Top Picks is an annual special edition of IEEE Micro magazine that acknowledges the 10-12 most significant research papers.
Speeding up code with clever data manipulation
Kasikci presents a method to improve a program’s ability to use data in a straightforward, efficient way
Making software failures a little less catastrophic
Researchers have implemented a new way to diagnose software failures with a high degree of accuracy and efficiency.
Intel processor vulnerability could put millions of PCs at risk
Patches can provide protection.