PhD Student Nick Wanninger Won the Best Artifact Award at EuroSys 2022

Nick Wanninger, a PhD student in computer science, won the Best Artifact Award at EuroSys 2022 for the paper "Isolating Functions at the Hardware Limit with Virtines."

Wanninger, the lead author of the paper, collaborated with a student team as an undergraduate researcher in the laboratory of Kyle Hale, assistant professor of computer science at the Illinois Institute of Technology.

Hale earned a PhD in computer science from Northwestern Engineering in 2016 and was advised by Peter Dinda, professor of computer science and (by courtesy) electrical and computer engineering at the McCormick School of Engineering. Dinda is Wanninger's PhD adviser.

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