Ph.D. in Computer Engineering from Technical University of Valencia, Spain, 1999
I received the MS and PhD degrees from Technical University of Valencia (UPV), Spain. I am currently an associate
professor (since April 2003) at the Department of Computer Engineering (DISCA) of that
university, although since January 2016 I was credited by the Spanish Government as Full Professor.
My research is mainly performed within the Parallel Architectures Group of Technical University of Valencia,
although I am also an external contributor of the Advanced Computer
group at the Department of Computer Engineering in the University of
Heidelberg. Furthermore, I worked for two years at Intel Corporation,
developing on-chip networks.
My research addresses high performance on-chip and off-chip interconnection networks as well as distributed memory systems
and remote GPU virtualization mechanisms. The different papers I have published so far provide an H-index impact factor equal to 25 according to Google Scholar. Additionally, I am leading and coordinating the development and advancement of the rCUDA remote GPU virtualization middleware since it began in 2008. The rCUDA technology, which enables remote virtualized access to CUDA GPUs, is exclusively and entirely developed by Technical University of Valencia. Moreover, I am leading and coordinating the development of other virtualization technologies. I am also co-founder of the "Remote Libraries" company, which provides technical support for the rCUDA technology.
With respect to my teaching activities, I teach Computer Networks as well as High Performance Interconnects courses at the Computer Engineering School of the Technical University of Valencia.