The Bosphorus strait, Istanbul
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The Bosphorus Strait

MICRO-35 was held in Istanbul, Turkey, from November 18 to 22, 2002. We had a great time in Istanbul. The conference reached 213 attendees. 68 travel grants, and 10 local university support awards were given, thanks to generous donations. MICRO-35 received support from 11 different organizations worldwide, and gave out 6 student awards (each including a one year membership to ACM and IEEE, thanks to ACM and IEEE):

The best student presentation award was given to: Anne C. Bracy, University of Pennsylvania, for the paper entitled: Three Extensions to Register Integration.
The best student paper award was given to: Manish Vachharajani, Princeton University, for the paper entitled: Microarchitectural Exploration with Liberty.

Best student paper awards were also given during the four MICRO-35 workshops:

Here are some photos from the MICRO-35 conference. Also, here is a picture of our conference souvenir ceramic plate, hand-made for MICRO-35 by the master "cini" artist Sitki Olcar and his team from Kutahya, Turkey. Thank you for coming to Istanbul. We hope to see you all at MICRO-36 next year in San Diego, California!

MICRO-35 is sponsored by:

and HP Turkey

National Science Foundation
IBM and
IBM Türk
Intel and
Intel Turkey
Microsoft IEEE Turkey
IEEE Turkey Section

IEEE Region 8