I am a PhD Candidate in Computer Science at the University of Manchester under the supervision of Prof. Mikel Luján within the Advanced Processor Technologies Research Group (APT).
From a system-level perspective, my current research focuses on the interaction of specialised compute kernels with processors in modern systems and their overall impact on the system performance. I am interested in exploring and understanding the design process of hardware kernels for domain-specific applications that can co-exist efficiently with processors in a heterogeneous system. From an in-core perspective, I focus on uncovering the hidden performance in applications by using techniques for parallel execution mainly at loop-level. My work is funded by Arm and EPSRC.
I hold a Diploma in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the Technical University of Crete where I had the chance to work with Prof. Apostolos Dollas.
I am an Angelopoulos - Clinton GIU Fellow during academic year 2014-2015 and proud member of Angelopoulos100.