Students

My current PhD students are :

  1. Yana Yankova, DWARV - Automated hardware generation
  2. Valery Kritchallo, Approximate parallel computing
  3. Xiang Fu, micro-architecture for quantum computers
  4. LingLing Lao, mapping quantum circuits on the qubit plane
  5. Savvas Varsamopoulos, high-speed quantum decoders
  6. Dan Iorga, quantum plane architecture

Graduated PhD Students (12)

  1. Ph. Vanneste, Computer Science dept., Catholic University of Louvain. Advisor, Thesis: The use of Reverse Engineering in Novice Program Analysis, 1994,
  2. Ir.Luc Neuberg , Dept. Gestion de l'Entreprise, University of Namur. Advisor, Title: The analysis of financial markets using simulation, 1999
  3. E. Moscu-Panainte, Retargetable compiler for heterogeneous computing platforms, Delft University of Technology, 2007
  4. Carlo Galuzzi, Code Transformations for Application Specific Instruction Set generation, Delft University of Technology, 2009
  5. Behnaz Pourebrahimi, an economic framework for resource allocation in ad-hoc networks, Delft University of Technology, 2009
  6. Tariq Abdullah, adaptive Ad hoc grid computing, Delft University of Technology, 2010
  7. Zubair Nawaz, Recursive Variable Expansion: A transformation for Reconfigurable Computing, Delft University of Technology, 2011
  8. Kamana Sigdel, high level simulation of reconfigurable computing systems using Sesame and Kahn Process Networks, Delft University of Technology, 2011
  9. Mojtaba Sabeghi, Runtime support for multi-core architectures, Delft University of Technology, 2011
  10. Ozana Dragomir-Azevedo, K-loops: loop transformations for reconfigurable architectures, Delft University of Technology, 2011
  11. Lu Yi, Molen extensions for runtime and partial reconfiguration (with G. Gaydadjiev), Delft University of Technology, 2011
  12. Thomas Marconi, algorithms for runtime and partial reconfiguration (with G. Gaydadjiev), Delft University of Technology, 2011
  13. Vlad-Mihai Sima, Compiler assisted Runtime Adaptation, Delft University of Technology, January 2012
  14. Roel Meeuws, A quantitative model for early resource consumption prediction, Delft University of Technology, July 2012
  15. Arash Ostadzadeh, Characterising workloads for multi-core platforms, Delft University of Technology, December 2012
  16. Cuong Pham Quoc, Hybrid Interconnect and interprocessor communication co-supervised with Zaid Al-Ars
  17. Hamid Mushtaq, Runtime monitoring for fault tolerant computing co-supervised with Zaid Al-Ars
  18. Razvan Nane, Hardware templates for automated hardware generation: the Dwarv 2.0 C2VHDL compiler.
  19. Imram Ashraf, Data-communication driven mapping of sequential C-code on heterogeneous multicore platforms, April 2016
Koen Bertels