Since September 2012, I am an associate professor at the engineer school ENSEIRB-MatMeca, which is part of the Bordeaux INP group. I am also member of the HiePACS team at Inria Bordeaux Sud-Ouest, and more generally of the SATANAS group from the LaBRI in Bordeaux, France.
From February 2010 to August 2012, I was a post doctoral research associate at the Innovative Computing Laboratory of the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, TN, USA.
Before that, I had a temporary associate professor position at ENSEIRB-MatMeca. I defended my PhD Thesis on dynamic scheduling for sparse direct solvers on NUMA architectures in December 2009 at the University of Bordeaux. I was co-advised by R. Namyst and J. Roman, respectively from the Inria ScAlApplix and RunTime teams.
My research interests are mainly focused around High Performance Computing for linear algebra. I started by studying sparse direct solvers during my PhD Thesis, before moving to dense linear algebra field during my post doctoral position. My concerns are focused on exploiting in the most efficient way the modern heterogeneous and distributed architectures present in today’s clusters with linear algebra algorithms.