Didem Unat named ACM SIGHPC Emerging
Woman Leader in Technical Computing.
Dr. Unat is the winner of 2021 ACM SIGHPC Emerging Woman Leader in Technical Computing award.
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ParCoreLab's postdoctoral researcher Dr. Aditya Sasongko's PhD thesis has been featured in the latest issue of HiPEAC magazine. This is a huge accomplishment and a proud moment for our lab! The HiPEAC magazine is a leading publication in the field of computer architecture and systems, making this feature a significant achievement for Aditya.Go to news
The 1st ParCoreLab Workshop took place on January 6th, 2023 bringing together all of the lab members ranging from post-doctoral researchers to undergraduate students. The workshop featured presentations and discussions on a wide range of topics related to HPC, such as simulation, modeling, data analysis, and optimization techniques.Go to news
Assoc. Prof. Didem Unat received “2021 Scientist of the Year – Young Scientist Awards” by Bilim Kahramanları Derneği for her outstanding contributions to science and its dissemination across the country!Go to news
ACM SIGHPC Emerging Woman Leader in Technical Computing Award, given to mid-career women scientists in the technical and high performance computing communities, at the SuperComputing Conference on November 17, 2022. The ACM SIGHPC award is the recognition of Unat’s innovative work in the field of designing programming abstractions and tools forGo to news
Erhan Tezcan, a recent M.Sc. alumni of Dr. Didem Unat, received SBAC-PAD 2022 Best Paper Award with his paper "Mixed and Multi-Precision SpMV for GPUs with Row-wise Precision Selection." Tezcan also presented his research at the SBAC-PAD’22 IEEE 34th International Symposium on Computer Architecture and High Performance Computing on November 3, 2022Go to news