Richard Vuduc is an associate professor in the School of Computational Science and Engineering (CSE) at Georgia Tech. My research is in the area of high-performance computing.
This year, he is also serving as both the Associate Chair of Academic Affairs in the School of CSE and as the Director of CSE Programs.
His lab is developing automated tools and techniques to tune, to analyze, and to debug software for parallel machines, including emerging high-end multi/manycore architectures and accelerators. He focuses on applying these methods to CSE applications, which include computer-based simulation of natural and engineered systems and data analysis.
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