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Brian Schwedock

PhD in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department.

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Brian Schwedock

Brian graduated in Summer’23 and joined Samsung as an SoC Architect, where he will design the memory hierarchy of upcoming Samsung products.

Brian's PhD reception

CORGi Projects

Smart Caching at Datacenter Scale

Polymorphic Cache Hierarchy

Software-Defined Cache Hierarchy for Multicore Processors

CORGi Publications

UDIR: Towards a Unified Compiler Framework for Reconfigurable Dataflow Architectures [pdf]

Nikhil Agarwal, Mitchell Fream, Souradip Ghosh, Brian Schwedock, Nathan Beckmann. WDDSA at MICRO 2023.
Project: Near-Data Dataflow Architectures

Kobold: Simplified Cache Coherence for Cache-Attached Accelerators [pdf]

Jennifer Brana, Brian Schwedock, Yatin Manerkar, Nathan Beckmann. IEEE CAL 2023.
Project: Polymorphic Cache Hierarchy

Kobold: Simplified Cache Coherence for Cache-Attached Accelerators [pdf]

Jennifer Brana, Brian Schwedock, Yatin Manerkar, Nathan Beckmann. WDDSA at MICRO 2022.
Project: Polymorphic Cache Hierarchy

täkō: A Polymorphic Cache Hierarchy for General-Purpose Optimization of Data Movement [pdf]

Brian Schwedock, Piratach Yoovidhya, Jennifer Seibert, Nathan Beckmann. ISCA 2022.
Project: Polymorphic Cache Hierarchy

Jumanji: The Case for Dynamic NUCA in the Datacenter [pdf]

Brian Schwedock, Nathan Beckmann. MICRO 2020.
Project: Software-Defined Cache Hierarchy for Multicore Processors