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Multicore Computing Group

We design and investigate the algorithmic aspects of systems with multiple computing elements, in particular tightly coupled multicore machines. As multicore machines become our mainstream computing platform, their unique architectural properties are forcing us to rethink our basic algorithms. The goal of our group's research is to investigate how to use the new properties of the architectures to improve performance, while finding ways to overcome their limitations.

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Recent News

  • Yehuda Afek, Amir Levy and Adam Morrison's paper Software-Improved Hardware Lock Elision is accepted to PODC 2014.
  • Join us in Jerusalem, October 14-18, for DISC 2013!
  • Our group is awarded an ISF grant for Scalable and High Performance Software Execution on Chip Multiprocessors (2011-2014).
  • Adam Morrison is awarded a 2011-2012 IBM PhD Fellowship.