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Posters

We are excited to have the following posters at GCASR 2016!

*: These posters will be set up at the 9th floor penthouse unit.
The remaining posters will be set up at the 1st floor of Logan Center.

Poster Session I (12:00--12:50pm)

Availability & Reliability  (8)  *[at 9th floor]

  •     A Space-Time Model for Resilience
    • Aiman Fang and Andrew Chien. 
    • University of Chicago
  •     Tail Tolerant SSD
    • Shiqin Yan, Huaichen Li and Haryadi Gunawi. 
    • University of Chicago
  •     Automatically Generating High-Quality Patches for Concurrency Bugs
    • Haopeng Liu, Yuxi Chen and Shan Lu. 
    • University of Chicago
  •     TaxDC: A Taxonomy of Non-Deterministic Concurrency Bugs in Datacenter Distributed Systems
    • Tanakorn Leesatapornwongsa, Jeffrey Lukman, Shan Lu and Haryadi Gunawi. 
    • University of Chicago
  •     Uncovering Latent Scalability Bugs in Just One Machine
    • Tanakorn Leesatapornwongsa, Huan Ke, Cesar Stuardo, Daniar Heri Kurniawan and Haryadi S. Gunawi. 
    • University of Chicago
  •     ZCCloud: Exploring Wasted Green Power for High-Performance Computing
    • Fan Yang and Andrew Chien.
    • University of Chicago
  •     TestIng CLoud Elasticity
    • Md Abu Naser Bikas, Abdullah Alourani and Mark Grechanik.
    • University of Illinois at Chicago
  •     Automatically Localizing Functional Faults In Deployed Software Applications
    • Mark Grechanik, Yiji Zhang and Davide Pagano.
    • University of Illinois at Chicago
Security & Privacy (12) *[at 9th floor]
  •     Staircase Codes for Secret Sharing with Optimal Communication and Read Overheads
    • Rawad Bitar and Salim El Rouayheb.
    • Illinois Institute of Techonology
  •     Incorporating Culture and Social Theories in Computational Models for National Stability
    • Eunice E. Santos, Eugene Santos Jr., John Korah, Riya M. George, Qi Gu, Jacob Jurmain, Keumjoo Kim, Deqing Li, Jacob Russell, Suresh Subramanian, Jeremy E. Thompson, John T. Wilkinson and Fei Yu.
    • Illinois Institute of Technology, Dartmouth College
  •     Detecting Remote Access Trojans in Enterprise-Wide APT Attacks
    • Haitao Xu and Yan Chen.
    • Northwestern University
  •     RiskCog: Towards the Risk Management of Mobile Payment
    • Zhengyang Qu and Yan Chen.
    • Northwestern University
  •      HexTaint: Ensuring Data Flow Integrity Using Dynamic Taint Analysis
    • Priyam Biswas and Mathias Payer.
    • Purdue University
  •     HexType: fast type safety for C++ programs
    • Yuseok Jeon, Hui Peng and Mathias Payer.
    • Purdue University
  •     HexSafe: Efficient Memory Safety for C / C++ on 64 Bit Systems
    • Nathan Burow, Derrick McKee and Mathias Payer.
    • Purdue University
  •     Isolation & Transparency for Outsourced Data Analytics
    • Min Xu and Ariel Feldman.
    • University of Chicago
  •     Bringing Transparency to Web Client Software
    • Austin Byers and Ariel Feldman.
    • University of Chicago
  •     Static Analysis and Symbolic Execution for Exploit Generation in Web Applications
    • Abeer Alhuzali, Rigel Gjomemo, Birhanu Eshete and Venkat Venkatakrishnan.
    • University of Illinois at Chicago
  •     Sneak-Peek: High Speed Covert Channels in Data Center Networks
    • Mohammad Taha Khan, Rashid Tahir, Xun Gong, Amiremad Ghassami, Adnan Ahmed, Matthew Caesar, Fareed Zaffar, Negar Kiyawash and Hasanat Kazmi.
    • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  •     Using Emerging Technologies for Hardware Security Beyond PUFs
    • An Chen, X. Sharon Hu, Yier Jin, Michael Niemier and Xunzhao Yin.
    • University of Notre Dame
Computer Architecture & Operating Systems (10)
  •     Re-form: Leveraging FPGA reconfigurability and floating-point capabilities for next-generation computing systems
    • Kazutomo Yoshii, Franck Cappello, Hal Finkel and Fangfang Xia.
    • Argonne National Lab
  •     Persistence? Where? When?
    • Zhiqiang Ma.
    • Intel
  •     Lazy Pipelines: Enhancing quality in approximate computing
    • Georgios Tziantzioulis, Ali Murat Gok, S M Faisal, Nikos Hardavellas, Seda Ogrenci-Memik and Srinivasan Parthasarathy.
    • Northwestern University
  •     Providing Fairness in Heterogeneous Multicores with a Predictive, Adaptive Scheduler
    • Saeid Barati and Henry Hoffmann.
    • University of Chicago
  •     Simulation and Bandwidth Optimization in a Tiled Quantum Architecture
    • Ali Javadiabhari, Fred Chong and Margaret Martonosi. 
    • University of Chicago; Princeton University
  •     Improving Endurance Utilizing Performance-Retention Tradeoff for MLC PCM
    • Mingzhe Zhang, Lunkai Zhang and Fred Chong.
    • University of Chicago
  •     Shared Variable Access in Multi-Core Systems: Measurement Study and a Scalable, Cross-Platform Mechanism
    • Sepideh Roghanchi and Jakob Eriksson.
    • University of Illinois at Chicago
  •     PerDome: A Performance Model for Heterogeneous Computing Systems
    • Li Tang, Xiaobo Sharon Hu and Richard Barrett.
    • University of Notre Dame
  •     A Mixed Signal Non-von Neumann Architecture for CNN applications based on Tunnel Transistors
    • Indranil Palit, Joseph Nahas, Michael Niemier and Xiaobo Hu.
    • University of Notre Dame
  •     Revisting CPU caches in light of NVMs
    • Sanketh Nalli and Michael Swift.
    • University of Wisconsin, Madison

Database & Data Analytics  (17)

  •     Physical Location Index
    • James Wagner and Alexander Rasin.
    • DePaul University
  •     Distributed Indexing and Search on the FusionFS Distributed File System
    • Itua Ijagbone, David Pisanski, Kevin Brandstatter, Dongfang Zhao, Calin Segarceanu, Shiva Kumar and Ioan Raicu.
    • Illinois Institute of Technology
  •     CFD: A Compression Framework Specialized for Distributed Graph Analytics
    • Adnan Haider and Xian-He Sun.
    • Illinois Institute of Technology
  •     Private Information Retrieval from Coded data in the Cloud
    • Razane Tajeddine and Salim El Rouayheb.
    • Illinois Institute of Technology
  •     Heuristic and Cost-based Optimization for Provenance Computation
    • Xing Niu, Raghav Kapoor and Boris Glavic.
    • Illinois Institute of Technology
  •     A novel visualization environment to support modelers in analyzing data generated by cellular automata
    • Philippe Giabbanelli, Jagadeesh Babu and Magda Baniukiewicz.
    • Northern Illinois University
  •     Feasibility and framing of interventions based on public support: leveraging text analytics for policymakers
    • Philippe Giabbanelli, Jean Adams and Venkata Sai Pillutla.
    • Northern Illinois University
  •     Query Optimization for Polystore Systems
    • Zuohao She and Jennie Duggan.
    • Northwestern University
  •     Portage: A Data Migrator for a Polystore in the Database Deluge Era
    • Adam Dziedzic and Aaron Elmore.
    • University of Chicago
  •     χDB: Towards Automated Extraction of Scientific Facts from the Literature
    • Roselyne Tchoua, Kyle Chard and Ian Foster.
    • University of Chicago
  •    Fast Support for Unstructured Data Processing: the Unified Automata Processor
    • Yuanwei Fang.
    • University of Chicago
  •     EDE --- Environmental Discovery Engine
    • Severin Thaler, Tanu Malik, Ian Foster, Raffaele Montella, Ricardo Barros Louren√ßo and Nathan Matteson.
    • University of Chicago
  •     Adaptive Concurrency Control for High-Performance Multicore Main-Memory Databases
    • Dixin Tang and Aaron Elmore.
    • University of Chicago
  •     Ontology-based Association Rule Mining
    • Smitha Krishnamurthy, Booma Sowkarthiga Balasubramani, Isabel Cruz and Tanu Malik.
    • University of Illinois at Chicago, University of Chicago
  •    Interactive Belief Update in Multi-agent Systems using Monte Carlo Sampling Methods
    • Yanlin Han and Piotr Gmytrasiewicz.
    • University of Illinois at Chicago
  •     Fact Checking in Heterogeneous Information Networks
    • Baoxu Shi and Tim Weninger.
    • University of Nortre Dame
  •    Data Analysis in the Presence of an Intelligent Adversary
    • Scott Alfeld, Matthew L. Malloy, Jerry Zhu and Paul Barford.
    • University of Wisconsin, Madison


Poster Session II (afternoon breaks)

Energy & Power Management (6)
  •     Intelligent Scheduling for Performance, Energy, and Resilience on HPC Systems
    • Zhiling Lan, Zhou Zhou, Sean Wallace, Xu Yang, Eduardo Berrocal and Xin Wang.
    • Illinois Institute of Technology
  •     Batch Scheduling with Locality and Power awareness for HPC systems
    • Xu Yang, Zhou Zhou, Zhiling Lan and Sean Wallace.
    • Illinois Institute of Technology
  •     COOLRS: A New System for Dynamic Thermal-Aware Computing
    • Kaicheng Zhang, Akhil Guliani, Seda Ogrenci-Memik, Gokhan Memik, Kazutomo Yoshii, Rajesh Sankaran and Pete Beckman.
    • Northwestern University
  •     Energy-Proportional Photonic Networks with Stage Laser Control
    • Haiyang Han, Yigit Demir, Nikos Hardavellas, Fabian Bustamante and Srikanth Kandula.
    • Northwestern University
  •     Increasing Large-Scale Data Center Capacity by Statistical Power Control
    • Guosai Wang, Shuhao Wang, Bing Luo, Weisong Shi, Yinghang Zhu, Wenjun Yang, Dianming Hu, Longbo Huang, Xin Jin and Wei Xu
    • Wayne State University
  •     Bard: A Unified Framework for Managing Soft Timing and Power Constraints
    • Connor Imes and Henry Hoffmann.
    • University of Chicago

High Performance Computing (10)

  •     Predictability and Performance Guarantees for HPC Applications on Upcoming Extreme-scale Systems
    • Judicael A. Zounmevo, Swann Perarnau, Kamil Iskra and Kazutomo Yoshii.
    • Argonne National Lab
  •     Topology-aware data aggregation for parallel I/O on BG/Q supercomputing system
    • Francois Tessier, Venkatram Vishwanath and Preeti Malakar.
    • Argonne National Lab
  •     Future Outlooks for Enabling Interactive Supercomputing Frameworks
    • Thomas Marrinan and Michael Papka.
    • Argonne National Lab
  •     mdtmFTP: A High-Performance Data Transfer Tool in the Big Data Era
    • Liang Zhang, Wenji Wu and Philip Demar.
    • Fermilab
  •     An Execution Engine for Workflow-Aware and Byte-Addressable Storage Systems
    • Anthony Kougkas, Hassan Eslami, Xian-He Sun and William Gropp.
    • Illinois Institute of Technology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  •     Optimizing Data Locality between the Swift Parallel Programming System and the FusionFS Distributed File System
    • Mermer Dupree, Mike Wilde, Justin Wozniak and Ioan Raicu.
    • Illinois Institute of Technology
  •     MPI optimizations for many-core architectures
    • Charles J Archer, Wesley Bland, James Cownie, Taru Doodi, Hajime Fujita, Maria Garzaran, Surabhi Jain, Rubasri Kalidas, Akhil Langer, Adam Smith, Sayantan Sur, Terry Wilmarth and Gengbin Zheng.
    • Intel
  •     Intel Cluster Checker
    • Atul Kulkarni and Dmitri Mokhov.
    • Intel
  •     Improving Parallel File Transfers
    • Shaikh Tissa, Venkat Vishwanath, John Winans and Michael Papka.
    • Northern Illinois University, Argonne National Lab
  •     Automatic Hybridization of Runtime Systems
    • Kyle Hale, Conor Hetland and Peter Dinda.
    • Northwestern University

Mobile & Networking (8)

  •     WireCAP: A Novel Packet Capture Engine for Commodity NICs in High-Speed Networks
    • Wenji Wu, Philip Demar and Liang Zhang.
    • Fermilab
  •     Congestion-Free Network Updates in Software-Defined Networks
    • Xin Liu and Dong Jin.
    • Illinois Institute of Technology
  •     Exploring Dynamic Multipath Routing in 3D Torus Networks via Simulations
    • Daniel Parker, Sanjiv Kapoor and Ioan Raicu.
    • Illinois Institute of Technology
  •     DSSnet: A Smart Grid Modeling Platform Combining Electrical Power Distribution System Simulation and Software Defined Networking Emulation
    • Christopher Hannon, Jiaqi Yan and Dong Jin.
    • Illinois Institute of Technology
  •     Web Browsing Performance Impact of Ads and Ad-Blockers
    • James Newman and Andrew Weiner.
    • Northwestern University
  •     Wi-Fly: Redefining Aircraft Communication
    • James Newman, John Rula and Fabian Bustamante.
    • Northwestern University
  •     The Growing Importance of Being Always On: A First Look at the Reliability of Broadband Internet Access
    • Zachary Bischof, Fabian Bustamante and Nick Feamster.
    • Northwestern University, Princeton University
  •     Internet of Mobile Things: Mobility-Driven Challenges, Designs and Implementations
    • Klara Nahrstedt, Hongyang Li, Phuong Nguyen, Siting Chang and Long Vu.
    • University of Illinois at Urbana--Champaign, IBM T.J.Watson

Program Analysis & Programming Languages (4)
  •     Open-Source HPC Tools Verification on Knights Landing
    • Preeti Suman, Tatyana Mineeva, Supada Laosooksathit and Rashawn Knapp.
    • Intel
  •     Temporal Approximate Function Memoization
    • Georgios Tziantzioulis, Haiyang Han, Nikos Hardavellas and Simone Campanoni.
    • Northwestern University
  •     Combining Programmatic and Direct Manipulation
    • Ravi Chugh, Brian Hempel, Mitchell Spradlin and Jacob Albers. 
    • University of Chicago
  •     Statistical program analysis assisted cost-effective sampling in large scale scientific simulations
    • Zhaoxia Deng, Snehasish Kumar, Brian Drawert, William N. Sumner, Arrvindh Shriraman, Alberto Busetto and Frederic T. Chong.
    • University of Chicago
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