Three faculty win Google Research Awards

Research at Google has recently announced completion of a round of Google Research Awards.  Three UW-Madison computer sciences professors are on the list, all in the Systems (Hardware and Software) award category.

This was an especially competitive round, with only 151 out of 950 proposals from 55 countries receiving funding.  Find more details about the Google Research Awards here.  UW-Madison Computer Sciences award winners are:

Aditya Akella, for "Application-Network Symbiosis in Geo-Distributed Analytics"

Karu Sankaralingam, for "MPU: Memory Processing Unit"

Mike Swift, for "Memory Management for Contiguity and Low Latency"