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Johannes de Fine Licht
Biography
Johannes is a PhD student at the Scalable Parallel Computing Group at ETH Zurich under the supervision of Prof. Torsten Hoefler, where he conducts research in high-performance computing on spatial computing systems. With more than four years experience with high-level synthesis tools, Johannes has accumulated a deep understanding of their strengths, weaknesses, and quirks, in particular in the context of massively parallel designs targeting HPC applications. He has interned with the research labs at Xilinx in Dublin and Microsoft Research in Redmond, and continues to work with industry engineers on moving FPGAs into the HPC domain. In addition, Johannes is interested in new abstractions and programming models to guide and/or automate the development of cross-platform programs for HPC, and new hardware architectures.
Presentations
Tutorial
In-Person Only
Accelerator-based Architectures
Parallel Programming Languages and Models
TUT
Workshop
Accelerator-based Architectures
Applications
Architectures
Emerging Technologies
Heterogeneous Systems
Memory Systems
Networks
W
Paper
Algorithms
Cloud and Distributed Computing
Data Management
Parallel Programming Languages and Models
TP
Chair of Sessions
Tutorial
In-Person Only
Accelerator-based Architectures
Parallel Programming Languages and Models
TUT
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