Every field of science and commerce now relies on computers and their capability to process data and information—fast. Moore’s law enabled doubling the number of transistors that can be put on a chip every 18 months. The ever-growing performance of computers is due to two main factors: our ability to shrink electronic circuits to smaller . . .
Professor Soner Onder received an REU award in the amount of $15,876. This is a supplemental award to Soner’s NSF grant received last fall. Soner will support and guide two undergraduate students, in addition to his current PhD students. Soner’s project will focus on the development of a new program execution paradigm and the establishment . . .
Professors Keith Vertanen, Nilufer Onder, Scott Kuhl, Philart Jeon, have been identified as four of only 85 instructors who received an exceptional “Average of 7 Dimensions” student evaluation score during Spring semester 2016. Their scores are in the top 10% of similarly sized sections across all courses/sections on campus. These great achievements reflect the tremendous effort and commitment Keith, Nilufer, . . .
Professor Soner Onder (CS) will give an invited talk, “Control-Flow Computing at the Correct Abstraction Level” at Florida State University on Nov. 4., 2015.
Soner Onder (CS) has received a $560,000 research and development grant from the National Science Foundation titled, XPS: FULL: FP: Collaborative Research: Sphinx: Combining Data and Instruction Level Parallelism through Demand Driven Execution of Imperative Programs. This is a four year project.
Professor Soner Onder (CS) will be giving an invited talk at École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne, Switzerland on July 16, 2015. The talk is entitled Breaking out of Control-Flow Jail: Single Assignment Compiler, Single-Assignment Architecture. EPFL is a research university that specializes in physical sciences and engineering. . . .