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Welcome to Memory Systems Lab

We are a research group in the School of Computer Science at Georgia Tech working under the guidance of Prof. Moin Qureshi. We design & architect future computing systems, with a current focus on quantum computing, secure hardware and robust artificial intelligence.

Check out our projects and reach out to us if you find anything interesting!

We are located in the Klaus Advanced Computing Building at Georgia Tech. We also interact with other excellent groups in the building working on diverse areas like computer architecture, security and machine learning.

Our research is funded by the generous support from Intel, Facebook and SRC.

News

12 February 2022

Gururaj's paper on mitigating Row Hammer, Randomized Row-Swap, accepted at ASPLOS '22!

22 January 2022

Papers on Boosting Noisy Quantum Circuit Fidelity, HAMMER, and Near-Term Quantum Error Correction Decoder, LILLIPUT, accepted at ASPLOS'22!

12 January 2022

Preprints of Error-Decoding for Fault-Tolerant Quantum Computers, AFS, and Integrity Protection against Row-Hammer for ECC Memories, SafeGuard, are now available!

1 January 2022

2 papers accepted at HPCA'22!

15 August 2021

Gururaj's paper on Isolating Cache Side-Channels, Bespoke Cache Enclaves, accepted at SEED'21!

1 August 2021

Anish and Narges join our group as new PhD students!

30 July 2021

Poulami's papers on Mitigating Idling Qubit Errors, ADAPT, and Boosting NISQ Program Fidelity, JigSaw, accepted at MICRO'21!

1 March 2021

Sanjay's papers accepted on DNN Model Stealing Attack MAZE (CVPR'21) and Defense EDM (ICLR'21)! Congratulations!

1 March 2021

Gururaj's ASPLOS'21 paper Streamline Cache-attack preprint and code are now available!

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