Koen De Bosschere is professor of Computing Systems at Ghent University in Belgium, and leader of the Computing Systems Lab. He earned MSc. and Ph.D. degrees in Electronics Engineering and Computer Science at Ghent University. His research interests include computer architecture, system software, code optimization, and software security. He co-authored 200+ publications. He has been the editor-in-chief of ACM Transactions on Architecture and Code Optimization (TACO).
He has been chair of the study programme committee of the Bachelor and Master of Science in computer science engineering of Ghent University 2002-2017. Since 2011, he is the coordinator of Dare to Venture, the university-wide student-entrepreneurship project. In 2012, he got the UGent Hermes award for his efforts to promote student-entrepreneurship at Ghent University. Today, he is the Head of the Electronics and Information Systems Department of Ghent University.
Since 2008, he became coordinator of HiPEAC - the premier network of computing systems researchers in Europe. Under his leadership, the network grew from 70 to 2300 members, and became a reference in the computing systems community in Europe. He is co-editor of the bi-annual HiPEAC vision document and organizer of the yearly ACACES summer school. In 2018, he was awarded the ACM SigArch Alan D. Berenbaum Distinguished Service Award “for structuring and connecting the research community in computer architecture and compilation in Europe through the HiPEAC network”.
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