I am a PhD student in the Electrical and Computer
Engineering Department at Carnegie Mellon University,
where I am advised by Professor Onur
Mutlu. My current research interest is on designing
energy-efficient and high-performance computer systems.
Before joining the SAFARI research group, I also graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with an Integrated M.S./B.S. degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering in May 2011.
SoftMC: A Flexible and Practical Open-Source Infrastructure for Enabling Experimental DRAM Studies
Understanding Latency Variation in Modern DRAM Chips: Experimental Characterization, Analysis, and Optimization
Low-Cost Inter-Linked Subarrays (LISA): Enabling Fast Inter-Subarray Data Movement in DRAM
DASH: Deadline-Aware High-Performance Memory Scheduler for Heterogeneous Systems with Hardware Accelerators
Adaptive-Latency DRAM: Optimizing DRAM Timing for the Common-Case
Design and Evaluation of Hierarchical Rings with Deflection Routing
Improving DRAM Performance by Parallelizing Refreshes with Accesses
Kevin Chang, Donghyuk Lee, Zeshan Chishti,
Alaa Alameldeen, Chris Wilkerson, Yoongu Kim, Onur Mutlu
In HPCA 2014, Orlando, Feb. 2014. 3-page summary