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


MEMSYS: The International Symposium on Memory Systems

Fall 2016: ENEE 245, Digital Circuits & Systems Lab
Office Hours: open-door policy (alternatively: make an appointment for a particular time)

Office: 1333 A.V. Williams, 8223 Paint Branch Dr.
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.

Forward ... A Foreword - I was invited to write the Foreword for the Intel Technology Journal special issue on Memory Systems and Memory Resiliency. This does a decent job of putting memory issues into focus and correct context, as we move forward into ever-larger computer systems.

Curriculum Vitae and Bios

Attention Students - including information on RA positions and Scholarly Papers


Industry Experience

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Research Interests

University of Maryland Memory-Systems Research

Research Group: Grad Students, 2003 Grad Students, 2006

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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

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