Empowering Your Research with Open Source

We are organizing a panel with researchers in the area of Computer Systems to talk about their experience in open-sourcing in academia.

The panel will be a one-hour live session with pre-sourced questions and live discussion.

Submit your questions!


(Ordered by first name)

Grigori Fursin's Potrait Grigori Fursin | MLCommons
Grigori is a computer scientist, engineer, entrepreneur, software engineer, educator, lifelong learner and adventurer. My passion is to help researchers, engineers and entrepreneurs bring their ideas to the real world in the fastest and most efficient way while slashing their development and operational costs! Grigori has developed the open-source CK technology to empower everyone to quickly validate their ideas in an automated and reproducible way across diverse and rapidly evolving AI/ML models, data, software and hardware from the cloud to mobile and tiny devices.

Jason Lowe-Power 's Potrait Jason Lowe-Power | UC Davis
Lowe-Power’s focus is hardware-software co-design to improve the efficiency and programmability of modern computer systems. As part of the Davis Computer Architecture Group, Lowe-Power investigates improving the efficiency and usability of heterogeneous systems, enhancing system security using hardware extensions and developing open source simulation methodology to support computer architecture research. Lowe-Power is a Member of the ECE graduate group, and is Project management committee chair for the open source computer architecture simulator [gem5](https://www.gem5.org/).

Sarita V. Adve's Potrait Sarita V. Adve | UIUC
Sarita V. Adve is the Richard T. Cheng Professor of Computer Science at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Her research interests span the system stack, including hardware, programming languages, operating systems, and applications. Her current research is on generalizable and scalable specialization for domain-specific systems, with a focus on systems for extended reality or XR (including virtual, augmented, and mixed reality). She chairs the ILLIXR consortium, established to democratize XR systems research, development, and benchmarking.

Get in touch with us at contact@students-at-systems.org if you have any questions.