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Thomas Steinke is head of the Supercomputing dept. at the Zuse Institute Berlin (ZIB) and responsible for HPC research, consulting and operation. His research interest is in high-performance computing, heterogeneous systems with innovative processor and memory designs for scientific and data analytics applications, and parallel simulation methods. Thomas has been leading the Intel Parallel Computing Center at ZIB since 2013 and was co-founder of the OpenFPGA initiative in 2005. He received his Doctorate in Natural Sciences (Dr. rer. nat.) in theoretical chemistry from the Humboldt University of Berlin.
Leveraging a Heterogenous Memory System for a Legacy Fortran Code: The Interplay of Storage Class Memory, DRAM, and OS
Parallel Programming Languages, Libraries, and Models