The Computer Architecture Research Lab at Ohio State University is focused on developing the next generation secure and energy efficient architectures that meet the challenges of increasingly unreliable technology. More details on our research are available here.

We were thrilled to organize MICRO-52 in Columbus! A welcome message to attendees from DK Panda and I. Pictures from the conference are available here.
Congratulations to Dr. Li Zhou on his PhD and new position at Twitter!
Congratulations to Dr. Anys Bacha on his new position as an Assistant Professor at University of Michigan-Dearborn.
Congratulations to newly minted Dr. Xiang Pan! Enjoy Qualcomm and Austin!
Congratulations to Dr. Anys Bacha!
Our new paper on voltage noise, EmerGPU: Understanding and Mitigating Resonance-Induced Voltage Noise in GPU Architectures, was accepted at ISPASS 2016.
Congratulations to Dr. Renji Thomas on his brand new PhD and good luck on his new career at Intel!
Our paper Core Tunneling: Variation-Aware Voltage Noise Mitigation in GPUs was accepted at HPCA 2016 and was nominated for the Best Paper Award. Congratulations Renji and team!
Congratulations to Dr. Naser Sedaghati on his new PhD and new job at Imagination Technologies!
Our paper “Authenticache: Harnessing Cache ECC for System Authentication” was accepted at MICRO 2015! Aloha!?
9/01/2014 Radu was promoted to Associate Professor.
4/14/2014 Our alumnus, Timothy Miller, PhD ’12, new professor at Binghamton University, was recently awarded the Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) award. This award supports junior faculty who exemplify the role of teacher-scholars through outstanding research, excellent education and the integration of education and research. Many congratulations Tim!
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