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Nicolas Melot

Nicolas Melot

I am currently PhD student at Linköping university (Sweden), in the Programming Environment laboratory (PELAB). My activities consists mainly in teaching and research at the computer science department (IDA). I supervise multicore laboratories and lessons of TDDD56: multicore and GPU programming and help supervising laboratories of TDDB68 Concurrent programming and Operating Systems. Research-wise, I investigate under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Christoph Kessler and Prof. Dr. Joerg Keller around memory optimization on multi- and many-cores architectures and on-chip network, implementing and analyzing on-chip pipelined algorithms. Such technique takes profit of stream parallelism to exploit the parallel computation capabilities of multicore architectures and limits accesses to the main memory, resulting in higher performances.

I obtained my master degree in 2010 in University of Brest (France), with a specialization on software for embedded systems. The master thesis investigates event-based routing schemes to make possible the communication between distant modules of a modular robot, despite the possible physical reconfigurations that modifies the underlying physical network topology. I received my Bachelor degree in 2007 from University of Rennes 1 and my D.U.T. (Diplôme Universitaire de Technologie) in 2006 in I.U.T. (Institut Universitaire de Technologie) of Lannion. These years I studied basic theoretical and applied computer science and got an introduction to software project management and a professional experience in agile development. In these 6 years of undergraduate studies, I had the opportunity to travel for studies and work experiences in Europe (Ireland, Sweden and Denmark), where I met numerous people and always had an enjoyable experience.

Learn more about myself in my resume, about my current work in my publications list. For everything else or for more details, you are welcome to contact me directly.

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