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I am a fifth-year systems graduate student here at the University of Rochester. I work with my advisor, Michael Scott, and the RSTM group on issues relating to transactional memory, in particular with issues related to TM semantics, runtimes, and compilation.
I gave a 10 minute talk about the orthagonality of speculation and atomicity in a memory model at the 2nd Workshop on the Theory of Transactional Memory held in conjunction with this year's DISC. Slides of the talk are available at the Workshop's webiste.
Pictures of Elliot are now available.
I gave a 15 minute presentation at TRANSACT 2007 on our paper, Capabilities and Limitations of Library-Based Software Transactional Memory in C++. Now you can download the notes that I used for that presentation.