Ph.D. Dissertations - Krste Asanović

Automated, FPGA-Based Hardware Emulation of Dynamic Frequency Scaling
David Biancolin [2021]

Extending Temporal-Vector Microarchitectures for Two-Dimensional Computations
Colin Schmidt [2021]

Generator-Based Design of Custom Systems-on-Chip for Numerical Data Analysis
Alon Amid [2021]

Improving FPGA Simulation Capacity with Automatic Resource Multi-Threading
Albert Magyar [2021]

Practical Solutions to Accelerating ASIC Design Development Using Machine Learning
Keertana Settaluri [2021]

Machine Learning in Compiler Optimization
Ameer Haj Ali [2020]

Compiling Communication-Minimizing Query Plans
Eric Love [2019]

FPGA-Accelerated Evaluation and Verification of RTL Designs
Donggyu Kim [2019]

Unlocking Design Reuse with Hardware Compiler Frameworks
Adam Izraelevitz [2019]

Energy-Efficient System Design Through Adaptive Voltage Scaling
Ben Keller [2017]

Hardware and Software Support for Managed-Language Workloads in Data Centers
Martin Maas [2017]

Decoupled Vector-Fetch Architecture with a Scalarizing Compiler
Yunsup Lee [2016]

Design of the RISC-V Instruction Set Architecture
Andrew Waterman [2016]

Productive Design of Extensible On-Chip Memory Hierarchies
Henry Cook [2016]

Understanding and Improving Graph Algorithm Performance
Scott Beamer [2016]

Resilient Design Techniques for Improving Cache Energy Efficiency
Brian Zimmer [2015]

Optimizing Resource Allocations for Dynamic Interactive Applications
Sarah Bird [2014]

Using FPGAs to Simulate Novel Datacenter Network Architectures At Scale
Zhangxi Tan [2013]