Micro-Architecture and System-Architecture Laboratory
MASALA is a joint laboratory space for students working on a variety of computer architecture research projects. The word "Masala" originally describes a mix of spices (often used in Indian cuisine), but it is very appropriate for this lab as the research projects happening here and many and varied, covering a wide range of computer architecture topics from low-level microarchitecture to high-level system-design and programmability issues.

Location: Klaus Advanced Computing Building, Room 2405


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Last modified 27 Aug '07