Another best paper award in the same week! UW Systems Lab Ph.D. graduate Will Scott received the Best Student Paper award at USENIX ATC 2016 for his paper “Satellite: Joint Analysis of CDNs
and Network-Level Interference”.
The TAPIR project received an honorable mention for the Madrona prize at the UW CSE industry affiliates meeting yesterday, awarded to work that shows the greatest potential for commercialization. See more coverage on the CSE News or GeekWire.
Irene presented our paper on TAPIR today at SOSP’15, demonstrating both that strongly consistent transactions can be affordable, and that baby tapirs are adorable.
Our paper on building consistent transactions with inconsistent replication will appear in the 25th ACM Symposium on Operating Systems Principles.
A team of faculty and students from the systems lab today received the Best Paper Award at NSDI ’15 for the paper “Designing Distributed Systems Using Approximate Synchrony in Data Center Networks”. Learn more about our work on the co-design of distributed systems and datacenter networks.
UW CSE has created a series of short videos showcasing research in the department. Watch Simon talk about Arrakis or hear about Agate from Irene and Adriana. As always, Ed has more to say on the CSE News.
Happy Holidays from the Systems Lab!