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Bruce Jacob

University of Maryland Exascale Systems Research

University of Maryland Memory-Systems Research

Keystone Professor, Full Professor
Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
University of Maryland at College Park
College Park, MD 20742

E-mail: email address
WWW: http://www.ece.umd.edu/~blj/

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MEMSYS 2015: The First International Symposium on Memory Systems

Spring 2015: ENEE 245, Digital Circuits & Systems Lab
Office Hours: By appointment

Office: 1333 A.V. Williams
Phone: +1 301-405-0432
Fax: +1 301-314-9281




Research Areas - Jacob's current work is in the area of systems architecture for high-performance computing (solving the exascale problem), and memory systems design. He currently designs system architectures and memory-systems architectures for industry and DOE supercomputer labs.


Curriculum Vitae and Bios


Attention Students - including information on RA positions and Scholarly Papers



Education

Industry Experience

Computational Artifacts

Honors & Awards

Research Interests

University of Maryland Memory-Systems Research

Research Group: Grad Students, 2003 Grad Students, 2006


Recent Invited Talks

Selected Publications

All Publications

All Talks & Presentations


Students: Awards/Honors, Research Topics, and Theses


Past, Present, and Future Classes


Old Research Areas

Memory Systems Research

DRAM Systems Research

Embedded Systems Research

Circuit Integrity Research

Research in Memory Management and Virtual Memory

The RiSC-16


Some Books I'm Reading or Have Read Recently (and that have had an impact on me) (since, you know, you asked and all ...)


Other Important Stuff


Funny Stuff

Courtesy of Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal comics at http://www.smbc-comics.com/.


Best Electric Guitars on the Planet

... not that I'm biased or anything ... :)

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Photo: Marcus Yam, Washington Post
The Chuck Berry of the Engineering World, Susan Kinzie, Washington Post, July 7, 2009. Front page of the Metro section.

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The Gig-Saver: 15 Tones, One Guitar, Interview with Robert Siegel on "All Things Considered," National Public Radio (NPR), July 10, 2009.
Awesome quote from Siegel: "In these hard times, why go buy five new electric guitars when you can buy one?"
You can listen to the audio of the radio segment here:

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WTOP interview, July 8, 2009.
You can listen to the audio of the radio segment here:

Brief video from WTOP:


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WUSA TV interview, July 8, 2009.

"Putting More Sexy In Your Guitar," Bruce Leshan, WUSA TV9, July 8, 2009.

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