Puzzle solving

Konstantinos Krommydas

PhD student,

SyNeRGy Lab member,

Dept. of Computer Science,

Virginia Tech

***My CV***



Member of:

SyNeRGy group link

Funded by:

ICTAS link

Doctoral Scholars Program





Last Updated: 12/30/2015

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NOTE [04/05/18]: The site is currently outdated. I completed the Ph.D. requirements on February 2017 and currently work at Intel. I plan to update the "Research" page to reflect material published after the last update, as well as a link to my dissertation. The CV is current as of this date (April 2018).

I am Konstantinos Krommydas, PhD student at the Department of Computer Science of Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.

I am a member of the SyNeRGy lab, led by Dr. Wu-chun Feng, and an ICTAS Doctoral Scholar. My research interests lie in the broader area of high performance computing and parallel/heterogeneous architectures. Specifically, my thesis is on the performance and programmability of modern parallel platforms and includes research and development on an evolving open-source benchmark suite (OpenDwarfs) based on the concept of Berkeley Dwarfs and a a grid-based language, development and auto-tuning framework called GLAF. More information on my research, as well as the related publications, can be found at the Research section.

For information on my education, qualifications and my CV, refer to the Education section. A selection of interesting undergraduate projects is outlined in the Past Projects section.

You can have a look in the Personal section for more information on my hobbies and extra-curricular activities and reach me via any of the ways in the Contact page.