Alex BreslowComputer Science PhD Student
Advisor: Dean Tullsen
University of California, San Diego
La Jolla, CA
My paper on memory bandwidth conserving, high-performance hash tables has been accepted at USENIX ATC'16.
I am working on a DOE FF2 project at AMD Research. We are exploring architectural and software tradeoffs for a future processor in memory architecture.
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Alex D. Breslow, Dong Ping Zhang, Joseph L. Greathouse, Nuwan Jayasena, and Dean M. Tullsen. Horton Tables: Hash Tables for Conserving Memory Subsystem Resources. To appear at USENIX ATC'16.
Alex D. Breslow, Ananta Tiwari, Martin Schulz, Laura Carrington, Lingjia Tang, and Jason Mars. Enabling Fair Pricing on HPC Systems with Node Sharing. In the Proceedings of SC'13. Best Paper Finalist and Best Student Paper Finalist[pdf|bib]
Alex D. Breslow, Leo Porter, Ananta Tiwari, Michael A. Laurenzano, Laura Carrington, Dean M. Tullsen, and Allan E. Snavely. The Case for Colocation of HPC Workloads. Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience; Special issue on the Analysis of Performance and Power for Highly Parallel Systems (CCPE 2013). [pdf]|[bib]
Andrew Danner, Jake Baskin, Alexander Breslow, and David Wilikofsky. Hybrid MPI/GPU Interpolation for Grid DEM Construction. In Proc. ACM Symposium on Advances in Geographic Information Systems, pages 299-308, 2012. [pdf|bib]
I primarily work in the areas of parallel and distributed computing, computer architecture, and computer systems. Most of my work has focused on improving the performance, energy efficiency, and utilization of data centers and supercomputers.My advisor is Dean Tullsen.