I am a Principal Engineer at Intel Labs, in Silicon Valley. My research focuses on microarchitecture, but I also have a broad interest in adjacent topics such as software, systems and security. My current research interests include designing compute systems for emerging applications in the cloud or datacenter and developing new mechanisms and tools to help application developers and system builders better understand performance at scale.
Before I joined Intel, I used to be a Research Scientist at IBM T. J. Watson Research Center in NY and a Postdoctoral research scholar at UCSD. I received a PhD in Computer Science from IRISA in 2004. From March 2000 to January 2001, I worked as research engineer in CAPS, conducting advanced developments in compiler with emphasis on general purpose compiler environment for application specific processors. In January 2000 I obtained a MS degree in Computer Science and Engineering from the Technical University of Berlin.