Stanford-UCSC Workshop on the Future of Cloud Computing

Start Time: 
Tuesday, December 11, 2018 - 8:00am
End Time: 
Tuesday, December 11, 2018 - 6:00pm
UC Santa Cruz Si Valley campus in Santa Clara, CA. This is in the heart of Si Valley on 3175 Bowers Avenue, between Central Expressway and Hwy 101. Easy access and plenty of free parking.
UCSC, Stanford, IAP

Attendance is Free, Advance Registration is Required. Registration and additional information is available at:

(Badge Pick-up at 8AM - Pre-Registration is Required)


Poster Session: 

IAP Workshops feature a Technical Forum with a full day of in-depth technical presentations, with a student poster session conducted during the networking lunch.  Both grad students and undergrads are encouraged to participate and compete for $300 Best Poster Awards. Please note your interest on the registration form to receive more info. This event is co-organized by Prof. Christos Kozyrakis (Stanford), Prof. Heiner Litz (UCSC), and the IAP.


Speaker List: 

Below is the current Speaker List (alphabetical order). Please check back later for speaker updates, abstracts/bios, and detailed schedule:

- Kishore Atreya, Marvell, “Scaling Storage Efficiently for Composable Infrastructure Environments”

- Sam Bayliss and Ralph Wittig, Xilinx, “Xilinx 7nm Versal Family with AI Engine Processing Fabric”

- Rob Curie, UCSC, “Cross Border Lambdas in Pediatric, Hereditary and Consumer Genomics”

- Ana Klimovic, Stanford, “Pocket: Elastic Ephemeral Storage for Serverless Analytics”

- Arvind Krishnamurthy, U of Washington, “Programming the Data Plane”

 - Heiner Litz, UCSC, “Making Storage Programmable with OpenChannel SSDs" 

 - Pankaj Mehra, Samsung, “Introducing Samsung SmartSSD: From Devices to Subsystems”

 - Ethan Miller UCSC, “Rethinking the Operating System Stack for Byte-Addressable Non-Volatile Memories”

- Fazil Osman, Broadcom, “Learnings on Datacenter Disaggregation from Stingray SoC”

- Jose Renau, UCSC, “Live Hardware Development at UCSC”

- Muhammad Shahbaz, Stanford, “Elmo: Source-Routed Multicast for Cloud Services”

- Oksana Tkachuk, Amazon Web Services, “Automated Reasoning about Security of Amazon Web Services”  

- Keith Winstein, Stanford, "Tiny Functions for Codecs, Protocols, Compilation, and (maybe) Soon Everything."