Michio Honda receives 2022 Google Research Scholar Award
"Upcycling Packets as Persistent In-Memory Data Structures"
Congratulations go to Michio Honda, who has been named as a recipient of 2022 Google Research Scholar Award. This award comes with $60,000 as unrestricted gifts.
The Google Research Scholar Program awards early-career academics who work on world-class research in the areas of interest to Google in Computer Science at institutions around the world.
This award will allow Michio to pursue his project "Upcycling packets as persistent in-memory data structures", which co-designs network and storage software stacks for emerging hardware, particularly fast network devices and persistent memory to streamline software overheads.