Due to COVID-19, PIRL 2020 has been delayed. Probably until October. We are working on the details and will post updates when we have them. Stay safe!
The planning for PIRL 2020 is well underway.
It’ll be held at UC San Diego on July 13-14. We are expecting a bigger turnout and a more diverse program this year, so mark your Calendars!
PIRL will keep its focus on practical issues and experiences using persistent memory in all kinds of computer systems, but we are also hoping to field a wider range of different presentations and formats. These will probably include a mix of longer and shorter talks, panels, tutorials, and group meetings co-located with the PIRL.
Steven Swanson is a professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of California, San Diego and the director of the Non-volatile Systems Laboratory. His research interests include the systems, architecture, security, and reliability issues surrounding heterogeneous memory/storage systems, especially those that incorporate non-volatile, solid-state memories. He has received an NSF CAREER Award, Google Faculty Awards, a Facebook Faculty Award, and been a NetApp Faculty Fellow. He is a co-founder of the Non-Volatile Memories Workshop.