Prof Noa Zilberman is an Associate Professor in the Department of Engineering Science, University of Oxford, where she leads the Computing Infrastructure Group. Her research focuses on the integration between micro-level hardware architectures and high-level systems and applications, with an emphasis on sustainability, scalability and resilience. Zilberman has over 15 years of industrial experience in companies such as Broadcom and Lucent, in design, management and architecture roles. She is a senior member of IEEE. Among others, she received P4 Community Distinguished Service Award, Google Scholar Award, and was named by IEEE/ACM N2Women a Rising Star in Networking and Communications.
- Toward Carbon Aware Networking
- Do Switches Dream of Machine Learning?
- The Long Road to In-Network Computing
- From Photons to Big Data Applications: Revolutionizing Computing Infrastructure