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Thomas Fahringer
Thomas Fahringer is a Professor of Computer Science at the University of Innsbruck. He received his Dr. techn. degree from the Vienna University of Technology in 1993. He is leading a research group in the area of distributed and parallel processing which develops the ASKALON system to support researchers worldwide in various fields of science and engineering to develop, analyse, optimize and run parallel and distributed scientific applications. Furthermore, he leads a research team that develops the CELERITY runtime system for GPU clusters.

Fahringer was involved in numerous national and international research projects including 17 EU funded projects. Fahringer has published 5 books, 40 journal and magazine articles and more than 200 reviewed conference papers including 3 best/distinguished IEEE/ACM papers. He is a member of the IEEE and ACM.
Cloud and Distributed Computing
Data Management
Parallel Programming Languages and Models
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