School of Informatics

Vijay Nagarajan wins Intel 2013 Early Career Faculty Honor Program Award.

This award, which is currently open to select universities in the US, Europe, China and Taiwan, is designed to help Intel connect with the best and brightest early career faculty members at the top universities around the world. Awardees are selected through a competitive and rigorous application process and they receive recognition as well as a cash award to help fund their research and sponsor travel to Intel to collaborate with Intel researchers. Vijay is one among six faculty members from Europe to receive this award this year.

Vijay's research interests span the areas of computer architecture and compilers. His research focusses of enhancing programmability and performance of many core processors.


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