The Laboratory for Computer Architecture

Welcome to the The Laboratory for Computer Architecture

The Laboratory for Computer Architecture (LCA) is a research group within the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin. The lab is directed by Dr. Lizy Kurian John and is a member of the Computer Engineering Research Center (CERC).

The LCA research group has a number of research interests in the area of computer architecture. Some of our current research interests include:

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The Association for Computing Machinery, the primary professional organization in the field of computer science, has named two University of Texas at Austin professors — Peter Stone and Lizy Kurian John — as ACM Fellows. The award goes only to highly distinguished computer scientists representing the top 1% of ACM members.

AUSTIN, Texas — Lizy K. John and Van N. Truskett are the latest members of The University of Texas at Austin community to be selected as fellows of the National Academy of Inventors, a prestigious distinction that has been awarded to a select group of 175 academic innovators around the world for 2020. Truskett and John are the only two new fellows from The University of Texas at Austin in ...

Lizy K. John is the latest member of The University of Texas at Austin community to be selected as fellows of the National Academy of Inventors, a prestigious distinction that has been awarded to a select group of 175 academic innovators around the world for 2020. John, along with Van N. Truskett, are the only two new fellows from The University of Texas at Austin ...

For more than 130 years, The University of Texas System has been committed to improving the lives of Texans and people all over the world through education, research and health care. With 14 institutions, an enrollment of nearly 240,000 students and an operating budget of $21.7 billion (FY 2021), the UT System is one of the largest public university systems in the United States ...

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