Ada Gavrilovska is Associate Professor in the School of Computer Science at Georgia Tech. Her research is focused on designing systems for emerging technologies, and she develops new systems software solutions in response to new hardware, applications, and use cases. Her past research has considered opportunities and challenges resulting from programmable network processors, high-performance interconnects, multicores, virtualization and cloud computing. Her recent work is driven by two major trends rooted in the exponential growth of data-intensive workloads – the proliferation of new memory system designs, and the shift to edge computing. Gavrilovska’s research is supported by the NSF, the US Department of Energy, the SRC/DARPA JUMP program, and by multiple industry awards. She recently served as the Program Co-Chair of HPDC’22 and General Chair of ACM SoCC’22.
Heterogeneous Systems
Memory Systems
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