Work from ISCA Recognized as Excellent Paper from 2011 by Google

Our paper, “The Impact of Memory Subsystem Resource Sharing on Datacenter Applications” from ISCA 2011 has been recognized as one of 2011′s excellent papers by Google’s official research blog. Check it out on Google’s Research Blog.

Recent paper selected as spotlight feature!

My recent publication “Heterogeneity in “Homogeneous” Warehouse-Scale Computers: A Performance Opportunity” in the most recent publication of the “Computer Architecture Letters” (going to press now) has been selected as the “Spotlight Feature” by the editorial board. This is a fantastic honor.

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Here is a link to the paper.

Excellent words on google blog, thank you Robert

there has been an official google blog post about me and my mentor robert hundt. thank you robert for the kind words. i’ve placed an excerpt below. you can find it here:

“Given the high expectations we have for our interns, it’s no surprise to me that one of our most successful interns, Jason Mars, is a recipient of an esteemed Google Fellowship. A three-time returning intern, Jason brought great levels of enthusiasm, creativity, problem solving and problem finding skills to our team, and kept us all on our toes by challenging assumptions and the status quo. He has written half a dozen conference and workshop papers and has built relationships with many people, not just at Google, but throughout Silicon Valley. Jason is well on his way to become a renowned expert in datacenter performance and contention issues. I am very proud of him and grateful to be part of his journey. I believe I may have learned as much from him, with his limitless energy and technical creativity, as he has learned during his time at Google. Lastly, and most importantly, I have won a friend.” – robert hundt

Recent publication featured on google’s official research blog

one of my recent publications, “Contention Aware Execution: Online Contention Detection and Response” has been featured in Google’s official research blog.

pretty cool!