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Bruce Childers is a Professor of Computer Science (CS) at the University of Pittsburgh. He graduated from the University of Virginia with a PhD (CS, 2000) and from the College of William and Mary with a BS (CS, 1991). Childers’ research spans the software-hardware boundary for improved energy, performance and reliability, with an emphasis on embedded systems. He has developed techniques at both the software layer (dynamic binary translation, compiler optimization, debugging and software testing) and the hardware layer (asynchronous custom processors, speed scaling, reliable cache design, and storage class memory). Childers is also a passionate believer in increasing accountability in computer systems research for more reproducible and open experimentation.
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