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Barua Earns NSF Grant for Memory Management Research

Barua Earns NSF Grant for Memory Management Research

Dr. Rajeev Barua
Dr. Rajeev Barua

Associate Professor Rajeev Barua (ECE/ISR) has obtained a three-year National Science Foundation (NSF) grant titled "Memory management as a run-time service." This project will study new techniques to allocate scratch-pad memory as an OS-provided service at run-time, rather than a compiler-provided service at compile-time. The funds will be provided by the Computer Systems Research (CSR) program in the CISE directorate at NSF.

For more information about this award, please visit the NSF website.

August 21, 2007


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