Computer Science Ph.D. student Greg Levin and Prof. Scott Brandt win Best Paper award at RTSS 2011a

December 1, 2011

Computer Science Ph.D. student Greg Levin and Prof. Scott Brandt won the Best Paper award at the 31st IEEE International Real-Time Systems Symposium (RTSS 2011) for their groundbreaking work in multiprocessor real-time scheduling.

Computer Science Ph.D. student Greg Levin and Prof. Scott Brandt won the Best Paper award at the 32nd IEEE International Real-Time Systems Symposium (RTSS 2011) for their groundbreaking work in multiprocessor real-time scheduling. In collaboration with researchers in Brazil, Levin and Brandt developed RUN, an optimal real-time multiprocessor scheduling algorithm that produces far fewer preemptions and migrations than any other algorithm, greatly reducing runtime overhead in multiprocessor real-time systems.