2014 Linux Symposium, July 14-16

Michael Jantz

Michael Jantz is a PhD candidate in Computer Science at the University of Kansas. For the past five years, he has worked as an assistant to his advisor, Dr. Prasad Kulkarni, researching techniques to improve compilers and runtime systems. In Summer and Fall 2012 (and in Summer 2013), he interned with Intel Corporation, where he worked closely with Dr. Kshitij Doshi and others to create a novel memory management framework that aims to achieve various power-performance objectives by increasing collaboration between the applications, operating system, and hardware. An article describing this framework, A Framework for Application Guidance in Virtual Memory Systems, was published and presented at the ACM Conference on Virtual Execution Environments (VEE '13) in March 2013.

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