I’m excited to be serving on the program committee for this year’s Workshop on Principles and Practice of Consistency for Distributed Data (PaPoC). The workshop will be held in April, co-located with EuroSys ‘15 in Bordeaux, France, and we’re accepting talk proposals until February 10.
The Programming Systems Lab, the group that I recently joined at Intel Labs, is hiring Ph.D. student interns for next summer!
The PSL is a group of about twenty researchers, mostly based in Santa Clara, California, just west of San Jose. The group’s charter is to invent new programming systems technologies that improve the performance and programmability of hardware. If you’re a Ph.D. student working on programming languages, compilers, runtime systems, and related hardware technologies, you might be a good fit for the lab.
The call for submissions for Off the Beaten Track 2015 is open, and I’m very excited and proud to be serving on the program committee this year!