Christos Kozyrakis is an Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Stanford University. He leads the multi-scale architecture & systems team (MAST), a research group that investigates hardware architectures, runtime management environments, system software, and programming models for systems ranging from cellphones to warehouse-scale datacenters. His current research focuses on resource efficient cloud computing, energy efficient compute and memory systems, and architectural support for security. Christos joined Stanford in 2002 after receiving a PhD in Computer Science from UC Berkeley. His alma mater is the University of Crete in Greece. Christos' first name in full is "Christoforos"...
- I am chairing the program committee of the MICRO'46 conference.
- I am co-chairing the 2012 Hot Chips conference.
- The summary of the ISAT workshop on Advancing Computer Systems without Technology Progress.
- Our white paper on "21st Century Computer Architecture" and the blog for your comments.
- My slides on Memory Management Beyond Free() from the 2011 ISMM conference.
- What cloud computing means for architects from the 2009 WIOSCA workshop panel.
- The slides for The Case for Hardware Support for Transactional Memory.
- My notes on future directions for transactional memory research from panels at the Transact 2007 workshop, the 2007 MSR Faculty Summit, and the PPoPP'07 conference.
- A good introduction to transactional memory and the TM tutorial slides from the ACACES'08 summer school and the PACT'07 conference.
- The Phoenix system for MapReduce programming in multi-core systems.
- How to Have Bad Career as a Grad Student (check out the original too).
- If you are a student interested in working with me, read this first.