Research Areas

We have several active research projects, in collaboration with international institutions, and supercomputing centers world-wide. We are looking for new group members who are genuinely intrigued by large-scale parallel and multicore computing. If interested (postdoc, Ph.D. and M.Sc), please send an email.


Dr. Didem Unat is awarded with an ERC starting grant of 1.5M EUR. First ERC in Computer Science from Turkey!

Didem Unat (Assistant Professor, Computer Engineering) is awarded an ERC Starting Grant for her proposal titled “BeyondMoore: Pioneering a New Path in Parallel Programming Beyond Moore’s Law” with a budget of 1.5M EUR. Her project is going to address the post-Moore’s Law crisis in the field of computer programming and proposes a novel programming m

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Dr. Unat recieved a new EuroHPC grant, with a total budget of 2.6M Euros

Dr. Didem Unat received a new EuroHPC grant - Towards Extreme Scale Technologies and Applications.  The action has a total budget of 2.6M Euros with 6 partners in Europe, where Dr. Unat will be leading the Consortium.

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Najeeb Ahmad (Ph.D. Student) received the “Best Artifact” award at Euro-Par 2020

Najeeb Ahmad, a Ph.D. student of Dr. Didem Unat received the "Best Artifact" award at Euro-Par 2020 conference (24% acceptance rate) held virtually at Warsaw, Poland. Out of the 39 accepted papers, artifacts for 13 papers were accepted and one was chosen for this award.

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Our Paper Is Accepted For Publication At Europar’20

Congrats to Najeeb and Buse for their paper accepted at Europar'20, a major European Parallel Processing conference. Our paper is titled as "A Prediction Framework for Fast Sparse Triangular Solves", which presents a machine learning approach for selecting algorithms for sparse triangular solves. If interested, send us an email to receive a pre-ca

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Aditya Presented His Paper At Supercomputing’19

The ComDetective tool on detecting inter-thread communication is presented at a major high performance computing conference, Supercomputing 2019. The conference is held in Denver, Colorado, USA in November. The paper is available online and the tool is open source for interested users. If you encounter any issues with the tool, send us an email.

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