Adriano Vogel was approved with honor in his Ph.D. thesis

On March 21st, Adriano Vogel (GMAP researcher) successfully defended his thesis “Self-adaptive abstractions for efficient high-level parallel computing in multi-cores” at the School of Technology of the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul (PUCRS). The defense was done through video conference due to the events of Covid-19. Main research findings: Nowadays, a significant…

3rd edition of GMAP Workshop

In 2021, the 3rd edition of the GMAP Workshop (WGMAP) took place on December 16 and 17.  Again, due to Covid-19, the WGMAP took place via videoconference. The event aims to promote a space for socialization among the members of GMAP, with the dissemination of research activities carried out by Ph.D., Master’s, and undergraduate students.…

Paper Presented at WSCAD 2021

The XXII Symposium on High-Performance Computing Systems (WSCAD 2021) is a traditional Brazilian event in the area of computer architecture, high-performance processing, and distributed systems. The event takes place annually, providing a discussion forum for hundreds of researchers, industry professionals, and students who develop applications in this area. Besides the main event, other related events…

Awarded Paper at SBLP 2021

The 25th edition of the Brazilian Symposium on Programming Languages (SBLP) took place in virtual format from September 27 to October 1, 2021, promoted by the Brazilian Computer Society (SBC). SBLP 2021 is a forum for students, researchers, and practitioners to present and discuss ideas and innovations in the design, definition, analysis, implementation, and practical…

Article Published in the COLA Journal

The paper entitled “High-level and efficient structured stream parallelism for rust on multi-cores” was published in the Journal of Computer Languages (COLA) from Elsevier publisher. The work was written by GMAP researcher Ricardo Pieper, during his master’s degree, advised by Dr. Luiz Gustavo Fernandes, and co-advised by Dr. Dalvan Griebler. The original paper entitled “Structured…

Article Published in the SPE Journal

Ph.D. student Adriano Vogel had his article entitled “Providing high-level self-adaptive abstractions for stream parallelism on multicores” published in the Journal of Software: Practice and Experience (SPE) from Wiley publisher. The SPE scope is focused on the discussion of experiences and practical aspects of software for computational systems and applications. The work was advised by…