Making Parallelism Pervasive with the Swarm Architecture

With Moore's Law coming to an end, architects must find ways to sustain performance growth without technology scaling. The most promising path is to build highly parallel systems that harness thousands of simple and efficient cores. But this approach will require new techniques to make massive parallelism practical, as current multicores fall short of this goal: they squander most of the parallelism available in applications and are too hard to program.

SIPS Programmer



Degree and area of specialization: B.S. in Computer Science or related field.

Minimum number of years and type of relevant work experience: 

Student Assistant for Graduate Program in Clinical Investigation


UW Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR)

Position Title: Student Assistant for Graduate Program in Clinical Investigation (Part-time position in-house) 

Location: Health Science Learning Center 2112, 750 Highland Ave, Madison, WI, 53705 (on several bus lines including the 80) 

Degree/experience required: Sophomore/Junior student in Computer Sciences or related fields P

referred course taken: CS 302, CS367 or CS200, CS 300 and CS 400

US Ignite ParaDrop Day

This high-energy event will bring together partners from academia, non-profits, civic leadership, and industry to participate in a conversation about using edge computing and gigabit network technologies to solve challenges in city transportation. We will showcase the latest advances in edge computing platforms and applications that have come out of research at the university and will invite attendees to participate in a dialog that will set the direction for research yet to come.

Web developer


Employer: Gernsbacher Lab

Location: Brogden Psychology Building, Madison, WI

Deadline: Saturday, September 1, 2018

Employment Type: Undergrad or Graduate

Short Term Project 20 – 40 hours/week

Flexible hours

Compensation: $15 - $18/hour


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