Welcome to the website of the Compilers Creating Custom Processors (CCCP) Research Group in the EECS Department at the University of Michigan. The focus of our research group is the design of application-specific, low-power, and resilient computer systems, as well as the compiler technology for these systems.
CCCP is generously funded by ARM Ltd., Toyota, Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, the Gigascale Systems Research Center and the National Science Foundation under various grants. It also has equipment kindly donated by Hewlett-Packard Company and Intel Corporation.
Want to join CCCP? Prospective students click here.
December 2013 Congratulations to Mehrzad Samadi who has been awarded the Best Paper Award for his paper, SAGE: Self-Tuning Approximation for Graphics Engines.
Left-to-right: Scott, Anoushe, Janghaeng, Mehrzad, Christos Kozyrakis
April 2013 Congratulations to Mehrzad Samadi who received the 2013 Richard and Eleanor Towner Prize for Distinguished Academic Achievement.
- April 2013 - Congratulations to the 2013 CCCP PhD graduate: Yongjun!
Left-to-right: Daya, Anoushe, Jason, Yongjun, Andrew, Scott, Ankit, Gaurav, Janghaeng, Shruti, HK, Mehrzad
February 2013 Congratulations to Hyoun Kyu Cho who has been awarded a 2013 Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship. Rackham Predoctoral Fellowships support outstanding doctoral students in all areas of graduate study.
February 2012 Congratulations to Hyoun Kyu Cho who received the 2012 Richard and Eleanor Towner Prize for Distinguished Academic Achievement.
Page last modified November 11, 2011.