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I am Assistant Professor for Computer
Science at ETH Zürich where I lead the Scalable Parallel Computing Laboratory
Before I left the USA, I was working in the Blue Waters Directorate at the University of Illinois at
Urbana-Champaign. I was responsible for performance modeling and
simulation of the Blue Waters Petascale computer and applications
running on it. In this effort, I worked with William Kramer, Marc Snir, and Bill
Gropp and external partners.
I am co-chair of the collective
operations working group in the MPI Forum. I am interested in Collective Communications, Process Topologies, One
Sided Operations, and Hybrid Programming in MPI. I am also a member of ACM SIGHPC, ACM, and IEEE.
My research interests revolve around the central topic of
"Performance-centric Software Development". In the context of
High-Performance Computing (HPC), one can identify three sub-branches
that I am actively working on: (1) performance modeling, simulation, and
optimization of large-scale parallel applications, (2) topologies,
routing, and host interfaces of large-scale networks, and (3) advanced
parallel programming techniques and runtime environments. An overview
graph of my past and current research activities (relative to my
publication list) shows their connections: Research Overview.
My Erdős number is three (via Marc Snir and Shlomo Moran) and
I am an academic descendant of Hermann von Helmholtz.
Selected Recent Service
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|SC13|| R. Gerstenberger, M. Besta, T. Hoefler:|
| ||Enabling Highly-Scalable Remote Memory Access Programming with MPI-3 One Sided In IEEE/ACM International Conference on High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis (SC13), presented in Denver, Colorado, USA, pages 53:1--53:12, ACM, ISBN: 978-1-4503-2378-9, Nov. 2013, (acceptance rate: 20%, 92/457) SC13 Best Paper (1/92) and Best Student Paper Finalist (8/92) |
|PPoPP'13|| A. Friedley, T. Hoefler, G. Bronevetsky, A. Lumsdaine:|
| ||Ownership Passing: Efficient Distributed Memory Programming on Multi-core Systems In Proceedings of the 18th ACM SIGPLAN symposium on Principles and practice of parallel programming, presented in Shenzen, China, pages 177--186, ACM, ISBN: 978-1-4503-1922-5, Feb. 2013, (acceptance rate: 18%, 26/146) |