Aaron M. Jarmusch
Aaron Jarmusch arrived at the University of Delaware to study Electrical Engineering based off his interest in physics and computers. During his studies he found an interest in software coding. He expanded his initial curriculum focus to obtain minors in Cyber Security and Computer Science to expand this new interest. Soon after he joined the Virtually Integrated Program, or VIP, which is mentored by Dr. Sunita Chandrasekaran and Dr. Rudolf Eigenmann. During his first summer at UD, Aaron was accepted into an REU program held at Indiana University to do research on their Xsede cloud based system, Jetstream. After the REU experience Aaron was invited to work in Dr. Chandrasekaran's lab group, CRPL (Computational Research Programming Laboratory). Aaron has been managing the OpenACC Validation and Verification Test suite since 2021. The project has taken on more students and Aaron’s role has expanded to one of project management where he is now tasked with helping and encouraging these students to complete the various projects goals. He also maintains leadership positions at UDress (a fashion magazine), CALR (an Hispanic society), and SHARPE (a society for engineers at UD). Aaron would like to thank Dr. Chandrasekaran for all the support though these years at the University of Delaware.
Accelerator-based Architectures
Dataflow and Tasking
Directive Based Programming
Heterogeneous Systems
Parallel Programming Languages and Models
Runtime Systems
ACM Student Research Competition: Graduate Poster
ACM Student Research Competition: Undergraduate Poster
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