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Anne Bracy

Senior Lecturer
Computer Science
Gates Hall, Room 452


Anne Bracy is a Senior Lecturer in the computer science department. She obtained a BS in Symbolic Systems and an MS in Computer Science from Stanford University and a PhD in Computer Science at the University of Pennsylvania.

She teaches primarily undergraduate systems courses. Prior to her arrival at Cornell, she was a Principal Lecturer at Washington University in St. Louis. She was also a Research Scientist at the Microarchitecture Research Lab at Intel Labs in Santa Clara, California. She is a Senior Member of IEEE, a member of the Faculty Board of WICC, was a 2016 participant of the Faculty Institute for Diversity, and is the faculty advisor for Cornell Mundial FC.

Selected Publications

  • Hilton, Andrew, Anne Bracy.  2015. All of Programming.  Electronic textbook on programming, C, and C++.:  700 pages and 7 hours of video content.
  • Sung-Boem, Park, Anne Bracy, Wang Hong, Mitra Subhasish.  2010.  "BLoG: Post-Silicon Bug Localization in Processors using Bug Localization Graphs."  Paper presented at 47th Design Automation Conference  (DAC),  June.
  • Romanescu, Bogdan F., Alvin R. Lebeck, Daniel J. Sorin, Anne Bracy.  2010.  "UNified Instruction/Translation/Data  (UNITD)  Coherence: One Protocol to Rule Them All."  Paper presented at 16th International Symposium on High Performance Computer Architecture (HPCA),  January  (1st Quarter/Winter).
  • Subramaniam, Samantika, Anne Bracy, Hong Wang, Gabriel H. Loh"Criticality-Based Optimizations for Efficient Load Processing."  February  2009
  • Bracy, Anne. 2008."Mini-Graph Processing."  University of Pennsylvania.

Selected Awards and Honors

  • IEEE Senior Member
  • Cornell College of Engineering Excellence in Teaching Award  2017
  • ACSU Faculty Member of the Year  2016
  • National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship  2001
  • Phi Beta Kappa (Stanford University)  2000


  • BA  (German Studies),  Stanford University,  2000
  • BS  (Symbolic Systems),  Stanford University,  2000
  • MS  (Computer Science),  Stanford University,  2001
  • PhD  (Computer and Information Science),  University of Pennsylvania,  2008