Research Focus Areas

Computer Architecture 

  • Modern Processor Architectures
  • Reconfigurable Computing
  • Computer Architectures for Space Missions

High-Performance Computing HPC

  • Architectures Parallel
  • Programming Models and Tools
  • Parallel System Software and Resource Management
  • Power/Energy Aware HPC
  • Fault Tolerance

Cloud and IoT Architectures

 

 

News

25.11.2019

Dai Yang presented the paper “Predicting Faults in High Performance Computing Systems: An In-Depth Survey of the State-of-the-Practice” at ACM/IEEE SC19 in Denver, CO, USA

As we near exascale, resilience remains a major technical hurdle. Any technique with the goal of achieving resilience suffers from having to be reactive, as failures can appear at any time. A wide body of research aims at...[more]

22.11.2019

Best paper award at the conference IEEE SOCA-2019

Master's student Helge Dickel won the best paper award at the 12th IEEE International Conference on Service Oriented Computing and Applications for the paper with the results of his guided research made at the Chair of Computer...[more]

26.09.2019

IEEE Cluster in Albuquerque, NM, USA successfully concludes

The IEEE Cluster Conference serves as a major international forum for presenting and sharing recent accomplishments and technological developments in the field of cluster computing as well as the use of cluster systems for...[more]

26.09.2019

Dai Yang presented his paper "Exploring high bandwidth memory for PET Image Reconstruction" at Parco 2019 in Prague, Czech Republic

Exploring high bandwidth memory for PET Image Reconstruction Authors: Dai Yang, Tilman Küstner, Rami Al-Rihawi, Martin Schulz Memory bandwidth plays an important role in high performance computing. Its impact on system...[more]

26.09.2019

Prof. Dr. Martin Schulz gave an invited presentation on "MPI 4.0 is Coming! What’s Next?" at at EuroMPI 2019 in Zürich, Switzerland

The MPI forum is currently in the final push towards an MPI 4.0 standard. In this talk I will highlight some of the new features in MPI 4.0 or that are proposed for it, which includes persistent collectives, local MPI...[more]

26.09.2019

Bengisu Elis presented her paper on "QMPI: A Next Generation MPI Profiling Interface for Modern HPC Platforms" at EuroMPI 2019 in Zürich, Switzerland

QMPI: A Next Generation MPI Profiling Interface for Modern HPC Platforms Authors: Bengisu Elis, Dai Yang, Martin Schulz As we approach exascale and start planning for beyond, the rising complexity of systems and applications...[more]