Onkar Patil is a PhD student at North Carolina State University in the Department of Computer Science since 2016. He completed his Master's thesis program in Computer Science from the same university in 2014. He has also worked at NetApp Inc. as a Product Support Engineer and Hewlett Packard Labs, Palo Alto and Oak Ridge National Laboratories, Oak Ridge as an intern. Onkar's current research field is primarily based on Compilers and Heterogeneous Memory architectures. His current work is focused on using static code analysis for automating memory placements in complex memory systems. He has previously worked with power consumption control for HPC systems, predictable collective communication for on-chip mesh networks and Transactional HPC: a framework for stencil application in memory centric architectures. Onkar currently focuses on memory allocation and placement for DRAM-HBM memory systems.
ACM Student Research Competition: Graduate Posters
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