Dr. Valeriu Codreanu
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Valeriu is a postdoctoral researcher at the Johann Bernoulli Institute for Mathematics and Computer Science in Groningen. He is involved in the GPSME project, which is developing a general toolkit for “GPUtilisation” in SME applications. The idea is to make the power of GPU hardware more easily accessible to developers by automatically translating C/C++ code into OpenCL or CUDA.
Before joining the team in Groningen, Valeriu received his PhD in Electrical Engineering from the Polytechnic University of Bucharest in 2011 with a thesis proposing efficient cooperation between multi-threaded and vector processors.
His general research interests lie in the field of energy-efficient computing systems, ranging from theory to architecture design and to programming such systems. His current interests revolve around software techniques to make efficient use of CPU-GPU systems and automatic ways of generating high quality parallel code, with the goal of making parallel programming easier.
- Computer Architecture/Innovative Architectures
- High-Performance Computing
- Automatic Parallelization
Valeriu's recent publications
(For more publications go to Valeriu's publications page.)
|Po Yang, Feng Dong, Valeriu Codreanu, David Williams, Jos B. T. M. Roerdink, Baoquan Liu , A. Anvari-Moghaddam, and G. Min. Improving Utility of GPU in Accelerating Industrial Applications with User-centred Automatic Code Translation. IEEE Trans. Industrial Informatics, 14(4):1347–1360, 2018.|| doi|