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Richard Vuduc

  • Assistant Professor
  • Georgia Institute of Technology
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Research interests

debuggingautomated performance tuning (autotuning)parallel algorithms and programming modelsHigh-performance computing

About

I am an assistant professor in the School of Computational Science and Engineering at Georgia Tech. My research lab, The HPC Garage (hpcgarage.org), focuses on problems of performance analysis, tuning, and debugging. I received my PhD from the University of California, Berkeley and was a postdoc at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. I am a recipient of the NSF CAREER Award (2010), an R&D 100 Award (2009, joint with LLNL), and served as a member of the 2009-2010 DARPA Computer Science Study Panel. I was recently part of a Georgia Tech team that won the Gordon Bell Prize at Supercomputing 2010.

Co-authors (173)

Publications (5)

  • Balance principles for algorithm-architecture co-design

    • Czechowski K
    • Battaglino C
    • Mcclanahan C
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  • Characterizing Application Runtime Behavior from System Logs and Metrics

    • Gunasekaran R
    • Dillow D
    • Shipman G
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  • What GPU Computing Means for High-End Systems

    • Vuduc R
    • Czechowski K
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  • An extensible open-source compiler infrastructure for testing

    • Quinlan D
    • Ur S
    • Vuduc R
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  • Microbenchmarking the Tera MTA

    • Riedy E
    • Vuduc R
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Professional experience

Assistant Professor

Georgia Institute of Technology

August 2007 - Present

Education history

Ph.D., Computer Science

University of California

August 1997 - January 2004(6 years)

B.S., Computer Science

Cornell University

August 1993 - May 1997(4 years)

Diploma

Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology

September 1989 - June 1993(4 years)