June 17-21, 2012

Hamburg, Germany

Prof. Dr. Vladimir Voevodin

Deputy Director, Research Computing Center, Moscow State University

Vladimir Voevodin (born May 25, 1962) is a Deputy Director on Science in Research Computing Center of the Moscow State University.

Vladimir Voevodin received a Master degree in Applied Mathematics and Programming from Moscow State University (MSU) in 1984, his PhD in System Programming from MSU in 1989, his Doctor of Sciences degree in 1997. In 2003 he was elected as a Corresponding Member of Russian Academy of Sciences.

He specializes in parallel computing, supercomputing technologies, parallelization methods and techniques, parallel programming tools and systems, computer architectures, optimization and fine tuning of parallel applications, analysis of structure of algorithms and programs. He is an author of more than 70 scientific papers and 4 books. He is an Editorial Board Chairman of the Russian magazine “Supercomputers” and a general chair of the two major supercomputing conferences in Russia. He is a leader of many national supercomputing projects: “”, Top50 of the most powerful supercomputers of CIS, presidential project “Supercomputing Education” and others.

Events: Wednesday Keynote
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