Parallel Computing Systems

Research group

The Parallel Computing Systems (PCS) group performs research on the design, programming and run-time management of multi-core and multi-processor computer systems. The modeling, analysis and optimization of the extra-functional aspects of these systems, such as performance, power/energy consumption, reliability but also the degree of productivity to design and program these systems, play a pivotal role in this work.

Meet the Team

Group Chair

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Andy D. Pimentel

Associate Professor

Staff

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Clemens Grelck

Associate Professor

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Benny Akesson

Professor by special appointment

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Simon Polstra

Scientific Programmer / Lecturer

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Ana Lucia Varbanescu

Associate Professor

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Ana Oprescu

Lecturer

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Vacancy

Assistant Professor

Postdoctoral Researchers

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Benjamin Rouxel

Postdoctoral Researcher

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Jun Xiao

Postdoctoral Researcher

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Sobhan Niknam

Postdoctoral Researcher

PhD students

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Giulio Stramondo

Phd Student

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Dolly Sapra

Phd Student

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Julius Roeder

Phd Student

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Hongyun Liu

Phd Student

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Merijn Verstraaten

Phd Student

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Stephen Swatman

Phd Student

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Uraz Odyurt

Phd Student

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Xiaotian Guo

Phd Student

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Yixian Shen

Phd Student

Secretary

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Grace Millerson

Secretary

Projects

APROPOS

Approximate Computing for Power and Energy Optimisation

TeamPlay

Time, Energy and security Analysis for Multi/Many-core heterogenous PLAtforms

ADMORPH

Towards Adaptively Morphing Embedded Systems

ALOHA

Software framework for runtime-Adaptive and secure deep Learning On Heterogeneous Architectures

DSE 2.0

Towards Optimal Design of Complex, Distributed Cyber Physical Systems

iDAPT

Interactive DSL for Composable EFB Adaptation using Bi-simulation and Extrinsic Coordination

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