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Expedition into Hardware-Variability-Aware Software

National Science Foundation awarded $10 million to the research initiative "Hardware-Variability-Aware Software for Effcient Computing with Nanoscale Devices." The grant is part of the funding agency's Expeditions in Computing program, which rewards far-reaching agendas that "promise significant advances in the computing frontier and great benefit to society." Variability-aware computing systems would benefit the entire spectrum of embedded, mobile, desktop and server-class applications by dramatically reducing hardware design and test costs for computing systems while enhancing their performance and energy efficency.Thee expedition's deputy director, Mani Srivastava, joins Lara Dolecek and Puneet Gupta from UCLA in a team of eleven researchers from various universities.

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