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Biography
Prof. Cooperman leads the DMTCP project (Distributed Multi-Threaded CheckPointing) for transparent checkpointing. The project began in 2004, and has benefited from a series of PhD theses. Over 100 refereed publications cite DMTCP as having contributed to their research project. Prof. Cooperman's current interests center on the frontiers of extending transparent checkpointing to new architectures. The DMTCP project has been applied by others to VLSI circuit simulators, circuit verification (e.g., by Intel, Mentor Graphics, and others), formalization of mathematics, bioinformatics, network simulators, high energy physics, cyber-security, big data, middleware, mobile computing, cloud computing, virtualization of GPUs, and of course high performance computing (HPC). Prof. Cooperman is currently involved in a collaboration with NERSC to create a robust, easy-to-use platform for transparent checkpointing for MPI (MANA sub-project) and CUDA (CRAC sub-project). This platform will be freely available to HPC sites and others, everywhere.
Presentations
Workshop
Parallel Programming Languages and Models
Reliability and Resiliency
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Workshop
Parallel Programming Languages and Models
Reliability and Resiliency
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Workshop
Parallel Programming Languages and Models
Reliability and Resiliency
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