Dubois has been at USC since 1984, coming here from Central Research Laboratory of Thomson-CSF in Orsay, France. His main interests are computer architecture and parallel processing, with a focus on multiprocessor architecture, performance, and algorithms. He has published more than 120 technical papers on computer architecture and algorithms.
"I am very happy that Professor Dubois has been honored by his selection as a Fellow of the Association for Computing Machinery," said EE-Systems chair Alexander Sawchuk. "Michel does outstanding research in high performance computer architectures and is particularly known for his work on the design of memory systems for shared memory-multiprocessors. Our department joins me in congratulating him on this achievement.."
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