VISA PhD student Kaiqi Zhao‘s work “Self-Supervised Quantization-Aware Knowledge Distillation” won the Best Poster Award at the Eighth ACM/IEEE Symposium on Edge Computing (SEC 2023)! Congrats!
Directed by Prof. Ming Zhao, the Center for Accelerated Real Time Analytics (CARTA) is a NSF funded Industry-University Cooperative Research Center (IUCRC) that addresses the challenges in real time data analytics and machine learning using accelerated and next generation systems. Faculty, spread across four university sites of ASU, Rutgers, UMBC, and U. of Miami participate[…]
The 37th IEEE Symposium on Massive Storage Systems and Technologies (MSST 2024) will be held at Santa Clara University, in the heart of Silicon Valley, from June 3rd to 7th, 2024, and offer a full week dedicated to storage technology. This year’s conference will include a two-day research track of peer-reviewed papers on the design,[…]
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Dr. Zhao gave a keynote talk at the IEEE RSDM-GeoSci Workshop on DataStorm (from Cloud to Edge)—A Data-driven System for Disaster Management
Dr. Zhao presented two papers at the flagship signal processing conference ICASSP and its satellite workshop on “A Contrastive Knowledge Transfer Framework for Model Compression and Transfer Learning” (YouTube video) and “Confidence-based Federated Distillation for Vision-based Lane-centering”.
Dr. Zhao presented a paper on “GPU-enabled Function-as-a-Service for Machine Learning Inference” at a top distributed computing conference, IPDPS 2023.
Congrats to VISA PhD student Kaiqi Zhao on her paper “Automatic Attention Pruning: Improving and Automating Model Pruning using Attentions” (YouTube Video) published and presented at AISTATS, a top AI conference.
VISA high-school researcher Alex Huang won 2nd place of Software Systems at the Arizona Science and Engineering Fair (AzSEF) for his project on Semantic Privacy-Preserving for Video Surveillance Services on the Edge. Congratulations Alex!
VISA master student Tara Paranjpe won the 2nd place in the ASU Institute for Social Science Research Graduate Student Poster Competition for her interdisciplinary project on real-time stress management.