Best Paper Award
The top three candidates for the best paper award for this year are (in no particular order):
- “Temporally synchronized emulation of devices with simulation of networks,” by Vignesh Babu and David Nicol
- “Integrating I/O Time to Virtual Time System for High Fidelity Containerbased Network Emulation,” by Gong Chen, Zheng Hu and Dong Jin
- “Evaluating Performance of Spintronics-Based Spiking Neural Network Chips using Parallel Discrete Event Simulation,” by Elkin Cruz-Camacho, Siyuan Qian, Ankit Shukla, Neil McGlohon, Shaloo Rakheja and Christopher D. Carothers.
The best paper award winner is:
- “Temporally synchronized emulation of devices with simulation of networks,” by Vignesh Babu and David Nicol (Winner)
Best PhD Colloquium Award
The best PhD colloquium award winner is:
- “Towards an Open Repository for Reproducible Performance Comparison of Parallel and Distributed Discrete-Event Simulators,” by Till Koster, Adelinde M. Uhrmacher and Philipp Andelfinger.