I received both Engineering Degree and Master Thesis in 2005 at INSA de Rennes and 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 under the supervision of Luc Bougé and Gabriel Antoniu in the PARIS/KerData team.
Current works are related to
heterogeneous computing and the data management over mixed shared and
distributed memory architectures in massively parallel systems, in
search of a tradeoff between performance and energy consumption. 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.