Exciting and innovative new UC Berkeley research projects have been presented annually at the Berkeley EECS Annual Research Symposium (BEARS).
This years talk will include:
Prof. David Patterson - on using Big Data analytics to analyze cancer tumor genomes, which involves computer scientists from Berkeley, Intel, and Microsoft to help fight the war on cancer.
Prof. Edward Lee - "The Swarm at the Edge of the Cloud" -New research that aims to enable the simple, reliable, and secure deployment of a multiplicity of advanced distributed sense-and-control applications on shared, massively distributed, heterogeneous, and mostly uncoordinated swarm platforms through an open and universal systems architecture.
Prof. Richard Karp - on the Simons Institute for the Theory of Computing, which is a 10-year, $60M institute that Berkeley won in May as a result of a nationwide competition.
Prof. Krste Asanovic - Announcing a new 5-year research project that recognizes the shift from transistor-scaling-driven performance improvements to a new post-scaling world where whole-stack co-design is the key to improved efficiency. Building on the success of the soon to be completed Par Lab project, it uses deep hardware and software co-tuning to achieve the highest possible performance and energy efficiency for future mobile and rack computing systems.
And we will also have presentations by student researchers from different EECS research centers will share their excitement within a rapid fire sequence of fun, short presentations.
The afternoon then offers poster sessions and demos where you can interact and connect with the next generation of technology leaders, our Berkeley EECS Ph.D. students.