Prof. Per Stenström
I'm a professor of computer engineering at Chalmers University of Technology since 1995 where I teach and manage research in computer architecture. Two years back, I started a company (Nema Labs) to meet the challenge that multi-core architectures impose on the program developement community. I was previously on the faculty of Lund University where I received my MS in EE and Ph. D. in CE. My research program centers on computer architecture with a current research emphasis on design principles for chip multiprocessors.
My publications in the past include about a hundred published papers and two textbooks. I have been a visiting scientist at Carnegie Mellon University (1987-1988), Stanford University (1991), and University of Southern California (1993) and most recently (2003), I spent my sabbatical leave at Sun Microsystems. I'm on the editorial board of of Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing and on the IEEE Computer Architecture Letters and am the founding editor-in-chief of Transactions on HiPEAC. I have served about 50 program committees for computer architecture and parallel processing conferences over the last ten years. I acted as the general chair of the 28th Annual International Symposium on Computer Architecture (ISCA) in 2001 and as program chair of the same symposium in 2004. I'm a Fellow of the IEEE and a member of the IEEE Computer Society, the ACM, and SIGARCH. For more details about my accomplishments, consult my CV.
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