Research Artifacts and Evaluation

A scientific paper consists of a constellation of artifacts that extend beyond the document itself: software, hardware, evaluation data and documentation, raw survey results, mechanized proofs, models, test suites, benchmarks, and so on. In some cases, the quality of these artifacts is as important as that of the document itself.

My involvement in artifact evaluation efforts in the systems, security and HPC communities have led to a growing understanding of building reusable and reproducible artifacts. We continuously work on the process to lower the burden on the authors and ease the reproduction of results for evaluators.

Involvement in past Artifact Evaluation:


Expanding the Scope of Artifact Evaluation at HPC Conferences: Experience of SC21 P-RECS, 2022.