Nemitz and Amert earn Best Student Paper at RTNS 2017

The International Conference on Real-Time Networks and Systems (RTNS) recognized doctoral students Catherine Nemitz and Tanya Amert with the Best Student Paper Award for 2017. The paper, “Real-Time Multiprocessor Locks with Nesting:
Optimizing the Common Case,” was also co-authored by Kenan Professor James H. Anderson.

The full paper can be read online.

James Anderson, Catherine Nemitz, and Tanya Amert
receive their Best Paper Awards at RTNS 2017.

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