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  1. Superfast Graph Inductive Learning accepted at IPDPS' 19
    Our paper "Accurate, Efficient and Scalable Graph Embedding" has been accepted as a full paper at IEEE IPDPS'19. This paper describes a novel sampling based low-complexity technique for Inductive Learning on Graphs and efficient parallelization of all the steps in the algorithm.
  2. PhD Graduation Party
    The graduation party for Sanmukh Kuppannagari, Ajitesh Srivastava, and Shijie Zhou was held on Saturday, September 29th. The venue was El Torito in Santa Monica.
  3. Shijie Defends his PhD Dissertation
    PhD Candidate Shijie Zhou successfully defended his PhD Dissertation titled Architecture Design and Algorithmic Optimizations for Accelerating Graph Analytics on FPGA. The defense committee consisted of Viktor K. Prasanna (chair), Aiichiro Nakano and Xuehai Qian.
  4. Partition-Centric Graph Processing accepted at USENIX ATC' 18
    Our paper "Accelerating PageRank using Partition-Centric Graph Processing" has been accepted as a full paper at USENIX ATC '18. This paper describes a cache and memory efficient method to do SpMV with PageRank as an application.
  5. Ajitesh Defends his PhD Dissertation
    PhD Candidate Ajitesh Srivastava successfully defended his PhD Dissertation titled Computing Cascades: How to Spread Rumors, Win Campaigns, Stop Violence and Predict Epidemics. The defense committee consisted of Viktor K. Prasanna (chair), Jyotirmoy V. Deshmukh, and Eric Rice.
  6. Sanmukh Defends his PhD Dissertation
    PhD Candidate Sanmukh Kuppannagari successfully defended his PhD Dissertation titled Discrete Optimization for Supply Demand Matching in Smartgrids. The defense committee consisted of Viktor K. Prasanna (chair), Mohammed Beshir, Shaddin Dughmi, Mihailo Jovanovic and Rajgopal Kannan.
  7. Best Paper at FPGA '18
    Shijie Zhou received Best Paper award at the 26th ACM/SIGDA International Symposium on Field-Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGA '18) for the paper titled "FASTCF: FPGA-based Accelerator for Stochastic-Gradient-Descent-based Collaborative Filtering".
  8. Best Paper Nomination at FPGA '18
    The paper "A Framework for Generating High Throughput CNN Implementations on FPGAs" by Hanqing Zeng and Chi Zhang was one of the 4 papers nominated for Best Paper Award at the 26th ACM/SIGDA International Symposium on Field-Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGA '18).
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