Reetuparna Das is an assitant professor in the EECS department at the University of Michigan. Prior to this she was a research scientist at University of Michigan and also the researcher-in-residence for the Center for Future Architectures Research (CFAR). She has a Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering from the Pennsylvania State University, University Park. Her research interests include computer architecture and its interaction with software systems and device/VLSI technologies.

News

  • 6/2015 : I will be starting as an assitant professor at University of Michigan!
  • 8/2014 : Our paper on 3D High-Radix Interconnects accepted in MICRO-47.
  • 5/2014 : Our paper "Heterogeneous Microarchitectures Trump Voltage Scaling" accepted in PACT-23.
  • 2/2014 : Our papers on Virtual Input Crossbars, Power-aware Topology Reconfiguration and QoS for High-Radix Switches accepted in DAC-51.
  • 8/2013 : Our paper on Trace Based Phase Prediction for Heterogenous Cores accepted in MICRO-46.
  • 3/2013 : Our paper Catnap: Energy Proportional Multiple Network-on-Chip accepted in ISCA-40.
  • 11/2012 : Our paper on Application-to-Core Mapping Policies for Many-Core Processors accepted in HPCA-19.
  • 11/2012 : Our paper on Scaling On-Chip Interconnects Towards Kilo-Core Processors accepted in HPCA-19.
  • 9/2012 : Our paper on heterogenous core architecture "Composite Core" accepted in MICRO-45.
  • 2/2012 : Our paper on High Radix Self-Arbitrating Switch Fabric accepted in DAC-49.
  • 8/2011 : I have joined University of Michigan.
  • 6/2010 : I have graduated! and joined Intel Labs.
  • 2/2010 : Our paper Aergia: Exploiting Packet Latency Slack in On-Chip Networks accepted in ISCA-37.
  • 2/2010 : Our paper on Cost-driven 3D Integration with Interconnect Layers accepted in DAC-47.
  • 7/2009 : Our paper on Application-Aware Prioritization Mechanisms for NoCs accepted in MICRO-42.
  • 7/2009 : Our paper on Dynamic Frequency Tuning for NoCs accepted in MICRO-42.
  • 6/2009 : Our paper on CMP resource partitioning accepted in SC '09.
  • 5/2009 : I will be attending Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing, 2009.
  • 4/2009 : I received the CSE Outstanding Graduate Research Assitantship Award for year 2008.
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