I received both Engineering Degree and Master Thesis in 2005 at INSA de Rennes. I defended my Ph.D. Thesis at the University of Rennes 1, co-funded by the INRIA Centre Bretagne Atlantique, Sun Microsystems and the Regional council of Brittany.
Current works are related to
heterogeneous computing and the data management over mixed shared and
distributed memory architectures in massively parallel systems. This
includes many-core processors, micro-servers and computing grid
architectures. Some projects I am/was involved in: H2020 M2DC
(micro-servers), H2020 Exanode (Parallel processor for exascale
computing), EIT Digital HII
CPS (Industrie 4.0), Kalray
joint laboratory (256-core
processor), Grid'5000 (Computing
With Stephane Louise (CEA), we organize the Alchemy Workshop, held in conjunction with the ICCS Conference, to present recent works on heterogeneous computing architectures.