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Professor Cooperman works in high-performance computing. He received his B.S. from the University of Michigan in 1974, and his Ph.D. from Brown University in 1978. He came to
Northeastern University in 1986, and has been a full professor there since 1992. His visiting research positions include a 5-year IDEX Chair of Attractivity at the University of Toulouse/CNRS in France, and sabbaticals at Concordia University, at CERN, and at Inria/France. He is one of the more than 100 co-authors on the foundational Geant4 paper, whose current citation
count is 29,000. In 2014, He and his student, Xin Dong, provided
a novel technique to add multi-threading support to the million-line
Geant4 code. Prof. Cooperman currently
leads the DMTCP project (Distributed Multi-Threaded CheckPointing) for
transparent checkpointing. The project began in 2004, and has benefited
from a series of PhD theses. Over 100 refereed publications cite DMTCP
as having contributed to their research project.
State of the Practice Talk
Best Practices
System Management
Accelerators, FPGA, and GPUs
Fault Tolerance
Reliability and Resiliency
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