Sanjay Rajopadhye
Office: 340 CS Building
Office Hours: By arrangement
Lecture Time and Place:
9:30-10:45, Tu Th, CSB Room 425

In this course, we will explore the evolution of modern computer architectures to exascale systems, where power and energy dominate most concerns, and where we are moving to a massive degree of parallelism. The topics that will be os speial concern to us are

Students will build important research skills by reading papers, writing reviews, presenting papers to the class, and writing and presenting a mini-research exam. Another major component of the course will be a research project of the student's choosing. During the course we will cover how to write a research proposal, practice presenting intermediate research project results in writing and with a presentation, and writing a research paper.

Facts are stubborn things, but statistics are more pliable. (Mark Twain)
[Aug 9] A tentative reading list is now available

The Course Logo is from a picture of the CSU campus taken by Michelle Strout.