Allan received his Ph.D.
from the University of California, San Diego. He has worked at
SDSC in various capacities since 1995. Allan founded the PMaC
laboratory in 2001 and is currently the
PMaC group leader, and the UCSD Primary Investigator on the
PERC project and the DoD HPC Performance Modeling project. He
is an Assistant Adjunct Professor in the Department
of Computer Science and Engineering at UCSD. Allan's research
include hardware multithreading and operations research, as
Laura Nett Carrington
Laura Nett Carrington(Ph.D., Chemical Engineering)
has experience in high performance
computing benchmarking, programming, and linear algebra
Her engineering background is in the numerical and experimental
investigation of the detailed kinetics of catalytic reactions
through porous medium.
Mustafa M Tikir received his PhD degree at the University of Maryland, College
Park. He received his BS degree at the Middle East Technical University,
Ankara, and MS degree at the University of Maryland, College Park. His
research interests are in the areas of High Performance Computing, Programming
Languages and Operating Systems.
He is primarily interested in performance prediction and tuning of HPC
applications. His PhD research developed several profile-driven techniques to
dynamically increase the locality of memory accesses in memory-intensive
applications running on cc-NUMA architectures. These techniques use the online
profiles gathered via hardware counters.
Mustafa Tikir's homepage
Michael received his Bachelors Degree in Math and Computer Science from the
University of San Diego in 2004, and Masters Degree in
Computer Science and Engineering Department from UCSD in 2007. His research interests
are in program analysis, binary instrumentation and benchmarking.
Michael Laurenzano's homepage
Mitesh received his Ph.D. from the University of Texas, El Paso in 2009. His research
interests are in the areas of architecture and systems software with an emphasis on
Mitesh Meswani's homepage