Marisabel Guevara

 

I am a fourth year PhD candidate at Duke University’s Computer Science Department, working with  Dr. Benjamin C. Lee.

My research interests lie in computer architecture, with a focus on the design and management of heterogeneous hardware components in datacenters.

 

Email:    mg [at] cs [.] duke [.] edu

Office:    213 Hudson Hall

CV         pdf     (Dec 2013)

Conference Publications

M. Guevara, B. Lubin, B,c. Lee. “Strategies for anticipating risk in heterogeneous system design,” Proc. 20th IEEE International Symposium on High-Performance Computer Architecture (HPCA). Orlando, FL, February 2014. (to appear)


S. Xi, M. Guevara, J. Nelson, P. Pensabene, B.C. Lee. “Understanding the critical path in power state transition latencies,” Proc. International Symposium on Low Power Electronics and Design (ISLPED). Beijing, China, September 2013.


E. Bragg, M. Guevara, B.C. Lee. “Understanding query complexity and its implications for energy-efficient web search,” Proc. International Symposium on Low Power Electronics and Design (ISLPED). Beijing, China, September 2013.


M. Guevara, B. Lubin, B.C. Lee. “Navigating heterogeneous processors with market mechanisms,” Proc. 19th IEEE International Symposium on High-Performance Computer Architecture (HPCA). Shenzhen, China, February 2013. [pdf] [slides]

M. Guevara, P. Wu, M.D. Marino, J. Meng, L.G. Szafaryn, P. Satyamoorthy, B. Meyer, K. Skadron, J. Lach, and B. Calhoun. “Exploiting Dynamically Changing Parallelism with a Reconfigurable Array of Homogeneous Sub-cores.“ SRC TECHCON. Austin, TX, September 2010.


M. Guevara, C. Gregg, K. Hazelwood, and K. Skadron.  “Enabling Task Parallelism in the CUDA Scheduler.”  Workshop on Programming Models for Emerging Architectures. Raleigh, North Carolina, USA, September 2009.


M. Guevara and C. Gregg. “Fault-tolerant, Real-time Reconfigurable Prefix Adder.” Tech Report CS-2009-09, University of Virginia Department of Computer Science. Charlottesville, VA, September 2009.

Workshop Publications