Antonio J. Peña is a Leading Researcher at the Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC), where he leads the Accelerators and Communications for High-Performance Computing Group. He is a Ramón y Cajal Fellow by the Spanish Government. Among others, he is a European Research Council (ERC) Laureate and IEEE/ACM Sr. Member. His research interests include resource heterogeneity and communications. Data placement for heterogeneous memory systems in HPC has been a core topic of Antonio’s research since before the KNL emerged, and he is currently working with Intel in solutions involving Intel Optane Persistent Memory, with an eye on upcoming HBM-based systems. His recently-awarded ERC Consolidator Grant “HomE” focuses on enabling privacy-preserving deep learning inference by means of homomorphic encryption thanks to the use of large Persistent Memory RAM spaces.
Directive Based Programming
Parallel Programming Languages and Models