Short Bio:

I am a third-year PhD student advised by professor David Wenztlaff. My research interest lies in the field of computer architectures. In particular, I currently explore the integration of emerging hardware technologies with domain-specific computing to build scalable computer systems for the decades to come beyond the end of Moore's Law. In past research projects, I also experimented with memory and cache optimizations, performance tuning, operating systems, and workload characterization.


OpenPiton: An Open Source Manycore Research Framework
Jonathan Balkind, Michael McKeown, Yaosheng Fu, Tri Nguyen, Yanqi Zhou, Alexey Lavrov, Mohammad Shahrad, Adi Fuchs, Samuel Payne, Xiaohua Liang, Matthew Matl, and David Wentzlaff
The 21st International Conference on Architectural Support for Programming Languages and Operating Systems (ASPLOS), April 2016. nominated for best paper award
OpenPiton website

Disruptive Prefetching: Impact on Side-Channel Attacks and Cache Designs
Adi Fuchs, and Ruby B. Lee
The 8th ACM International Systems and Storage Conference (SYSTOR), May 2015.

Loop-Aware Memory Prefetching Using Code Block Working Sets
Adi Fuchs, Shie Mannor, Uri Weiser, and Yoav Etsion
The 47th Annual IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Microarchitecture (MICRO), December 2014.

Posters & Invited Talks

Finding the Next Curves: Towards a Scalable Future for Specialized Architectures
Adi Fuchs
Hebrew University Network Security Summer, June 2017.

Better Understanding of GPGPU Performance and Towards a New Optimization Tool
Adi Fuchs, Noam Shalev, and Avi Mendelson
The Intel Compiler, Architecture and Tools Conference (CATC), November 2013.

Task Differentials: Dynamic, Inter-thread Predictions Using Memory Access Footsteps
Adi Fuchs, Shie Mannor, Uri Weiser, and Yoav Etsion
The Intel Collaborative Research Institute for Computational Intelligence (ICRI-CI) Retreat, May 2013.

Awards & Honors

2016 ASPLOS - Best Paper Award Nomination

2015 Summa Cum Laude M.Sc. Graduation. Technion EE Department

2014 HiPEAC Paper Award

2013 Intel Research Award

2012 Excellent Project Award for Co-supervised Project Titled: "Bluespec Implementation of Processors"

2010 Cum Laude B.Sc. Graduation. Technion EE Department

2009 Excellent Project Award for Undergraduate Project Titled: "Hand Gesture Classification Using Depth Information". Project website


2014 - Present: Ph.D., Electrical Engineering
Princeton University, NJ, USA

2010 - 2014: M.Sc., Electrical Engineering
Technion, Haifa, Israel

2005 - 2009: B.Sc., Electrical Engineering
Technion, Haifa, Israel

Work Experience

6/2017-Present: Computer Architecture Intern
DatArcs Incorporated

9/2013-6/2014: VLSI Engineer
Apple Incorporated

3/2012-5/2013: Teaching Assistant

12/2009-3/2012: Chip Design and Verification Engineer
Mellanox Technologies

3/2009-10/2010: Teaching Assistant (Undergraduate)

11/2008-5/2009: Chip Design and Verification Intern
Dune Networks

6/2004-8/2007: Software Verification and Engineering Intern
Philips Medical Systems


Host Channel Adapter with Pattern-type DMA
Ariel Shahar, Noam Bloch, and Adi Fuchs
US patent # US20130166793 A1 (filed: Dec. 26, 2011)

About Me

A nutshell filled with things that shaped me, and made me a better person.


Most up-to-date version is here

My E-mail

adif (university where I'm currently at).edu

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