I am a PhD Candidate at the University of Manchester, where I work with Prof. Mikel Lujan in the APT Group. My research investigates novel approaches to performance/efficiency modelling of CPUs, accelerators and their interfaces using reconfigurable hardware platforms in order to understand the process of generating efficient hardware accelerators which are tightly integrated with the CPU for specific applications. My work is funded by arm and EPSRC.
During the summer of 2018 & 2019 I joined in arm Research, Cambridge and I worked with the Architecture Research Team.I worked on Data Value Prediction on Loop-Carried Dependencies and on fine-grain auto-parallelization of loops, respectively.
In the summer of 2017 I joined as a Research Associate in the Advanced Processor Technologies Research Group at the University of Manchester. I worked on Pamela Project (a Panoramic Approach to the Many-CorE LAndsape - from end-user to end-device) and specifically on Fast MicroArchitectural Simulation using FPGAs.
I hold a Diploma in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the School of Electrical & Computer Engineering in Technical University of Crete. My thesis title was "Implementation of Mutual Information and Transfer Entropy Algorithms with FPGA-Based SuperComputer" which submitted under the supervision of Prof. Apostolos Dollas.