Computing Graduate Student Samantika Subramaniam Awarded "Best Student Presentation" at HPCA

February 20, 2006

February 21, 2006 - College of Computing (CoC) graduate student Samantika Subramaniam won the Best Student Presentation Award at the 12th International Symposium on High-Performance Computer Architecture (HPCA)in Austin, Texas. Her paper titled "Store Vectors for Scalable Memory Dependence Prediction and Scheduling" was among the 15% of all submissions  accepted by HPCA and was then voted by all conference attendees as the best out of 22 student presenters. Subramaniam's paper, written in collaboration with her faculty advisory Gabriel Loh, can be downloaded at Samantika plans to start CoC's computer science Ph.D. program this fall.