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Torsten Hoefler
Biography
Torsten is an Associate Professor of Computer Science at ETH Zürich,
Switzerland. Before joining ETH, he led the performance modeling and
simulation efforts of parallel petascale applications for the NSF-funded
Blue Waters project at NCSA/UIUC. He is also a key member of the
Message Passing Interface (MPI) Forum where he chairs the "Collective
Operations and Topologies" working group. Torsten won best paper awards
at the ACM/IEEE Supercomputing Conference SC10, SC13, SC14, EuroMPI'13,
HPDC'15, HPDC'16, IPDPS'15, and other conferences. He published
numerous peer-reviewed scientific conference and journal articles and
authored chapters of the MPI-2.2 and MPI-3.0 standards. He received the
Latsis prize of ETH Zurich as well as an ERC starting grant in 2015. His
research interests revolve around the central topic of
"Performance-centric System Design" and include scalable networks,
parallel programming techniques, and performance modeling. Additional
information about Torsten can be found on his homepage at
htor.inf.ethz.ch.
Presentations
Tutorial
Extreme-Scale Computing
MPI
Networks
Programming Models & Languages
System Software & Runtime Systems
Machine Learning Day
AI/Machine Learning/Deep Learning
MPI