Open Positions

We have several active research projects, in collaboration with industry, international institutions, and supercomputing centers world-wide.  Research projects include but not limited to

  • Scalable Deep Learning, Systems and AI
  • Beyond Moore Parallel Programming
  • Large-scale Sparse/Graph Computation

If interested (postdoc, Ph.D. and M.Sc), please visit the position details.

News

Muhammad Aditya Sasongko successfully defended his thesis and obtained his Ph.D.

Muhammad Aditya Sasongko successfully defended his thesis and obtained his Ph.D. Dr. Sasongko's thesis title was Precise Event Sampling: In-depth Analysis and Sampling-based Profiling Tools for Data Locality. We congratulate Dr. Sasongko and wish him every success in his academic and professional endeavors.

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ParCoreLab wishes everyone a happy new year!

Dr. Didem Unat and her team had a new year lunch.

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Muhammad Aditya Sasongko’s paper is published at ACM Digital Library

Congrats to Muhammad Aditya Sasongko, a Ph.D. student of Dr. Didem Unat for his paper getting published at ACM Digital Library: ReuseTracker: Fast Yet Accurate Multicore Reuse Distance Analyzer | ACM Transactions on Architecture and Code Optimization

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Dr. Didem Unat’s Interview with Milliyet

“Koç Üniversitesi Bilgisayar Mühendisliği Fakültesi’nden Dr. Öğretim Üyesi Didem Unat, “Teknik bilgisayar biliminde yükselen kadın lider ödülü”nün sahibi oldu. Unat, Uluslararası Bilgisayar Bilimleri Topluluğu ACM SIGHPC tarafından verilen ödülü ABD dışında alan ilk bilim insanı oldu. Dr. Unat aynı zamanda Avrupa Araştırma Konseyi’nden Bilgisayar B

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Najeeb Ahmad’s paper is accepted for publication at IEEE TPDS

Congrats to Najeeb Ahmad, a Ph.D. student of Dr. Didem Unat for his paper getting accepted to IEEE Transactions of Parallel and Distributed Systems.  His paper proposes a split execution model for Sparse Triangular Solve and presents novel algorithms to split the execution of the solver between CPU and GPU. Paper, presentation and artifacts will be

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