Title: Concurrent data structures for the next architectures
Abstract: As new hardware architectures emerge, we face the problem of how to design concurrent data structures that work well in these architectures. In this talk, we consider this problem, we argue that our current approach is too onerous, and we propose an alternative.
Bio: Dr. Aguilera received a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Cornell University in 2000. His work spans both the theoretical foundations of distributed computing and the practical applications of distributed systems. He has worked as a researcher at Compaq's Systems Research Center, HP Labs, and Microsoft Research Silicon Valley. He chaired OPODIS 2014, DISC 2012, ICDCN 2011, and LADIS 2010. He currently serves on the editorial board of ACM Transactions on Computing Systems and on the program committees of SOSP 2015 and HotOS 2015. He Joined VMware Research Group in December 2014
Kim Keeton, HP Labs
Bio:Kim Keeton is a researcher in the Storage and Information Management Platforms Lab, focused on researching and building platforms and services that will create, host, manage and provide the next generation of storage and information sources and services for enterprise and user-controlled information.