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Swarthmore Students Present at MemSys '16 Conference

Ryerson Lehman-Borer '16, Professor Tia Newhall, and Ben Marks '15

Swarthmore students Ryerson Lehman-Borer ('16) and Ben Marks ('16), and professor Tia Newhall, presented their paper Nswap2L: Transparently Managing Heterogeneous Cluster Storage Resources for Fast Swapping at the the International Symposium on Memory Systems on October 4th in Washington, DC. 

Ryerson and Ben, 2016 Computer Science majors at Swarthmore College, presented the work they did with professor Newhall as part of the Nswap2L project.