In Fall 2001, the Georgia Tech Center for Experimental Research in Computer Systems (CERCS) opened its doors. CERCS brings together researchers from Georgia Tech's College of Computing and School of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the CETI Center at The Ohio State University who share a common focus on the design and evaluation of computer and software systems through experimental methods. CERCS research focuses on complex systems, including their hardware, communications and system-level software, and applications. By emphasizing the experimental method, we promote the creation of knowledge through the design, implementation, and measurement of potentially large-scale prototype systems. Constituting one of the largest experimental systems programs in the U.S., CERCS has a mission to:
CERCS hosts the 6th Open Cirrus Summit, Oct. 12-13, 2011.
CERCS Student Priyanka Tembey wins Intel PhD Fellowship
CERCS Industry Advisory Board Meeting, Asymmetric Multicore Workshop and Alumni Day, Mar. 30 - Apr. 1, 2011.
CERCS Workshop and Industry Advisory Board Meeting, Oct. 14-15, 2010.
CERCS student Bhavani Krishnan wins best paper award at GreenMetrics'10
IBM University Awards Programs (PhD Fellowship, Innovation, Faculty, SUR).
IBM Academic Initiative, content available to faculty and students!
Enterprise Cloud Computing Workshop and Industry Advisory Board Meeting, April 22-24, 2009
Careers in High Performance Systems (CHiPS) Mentoring Workshop. Application deadline May 11!
CERCS Industry Workshop to be held Oct. 15-17, 2008. Keynotes include Larry Heck, VP, Yahoo! and Beng-Hong Lim, Senior R&D Director, VMware
First Workshop on I/O Virtualization (WIOV '08), in conjunction with OSDI'08
Oak Ridge CSE Fellowship Program, a new program providing support for PhD students to help foster increased collaborative research in computational science and engineering between Georgia Tech and ORNL, has been announced. The application deadline is April 18, 2008.
IUCR/CERCS Industry Workshop and Advisory Board Meeting, Oct. 10-12, 2007
CERCS PhD student Samantika Subramaniam wins another Best Presentation Aware at MICRO-39. Earlier this year she won the same award at HPCA-12.
CERCS Director Karsten Schwan in the news: Intel Supports Multicore Education At 45 Universities.