Paper by Youseff, Wolski, Gorda, and Krintz wins best paper award

December 4, 2006

Lamia Youseff’s paper, recently presented by Lamia, at the 2006
Workshop on XEN in HIgh-Performance Cluster and Grid Computing, was
selected as one of two papers to receive the best paper award.
Lamia is a PhD student in Prof. Rich Wolski’s MAYEM lab and
investigates cutting edge solutions to using software virtualization
to effectively enable high-performance computing. Lamia’s paper is
called Paravirtualization for HPC Systems and her co-authors are
Prof. Rich Wolski, Brent Gorda (from Lawrence Livermore
Laboratories), and Prof. Chandra Krintz. The paper is available at
http://www.cs.ucsb.edu/~ckrintz/papers/ISPA-XenHPC.pdf.