Nesrine Khouzami received her bachelor and master degrees from the Superior National Engineering School of Tunis (Ensit) respectively in June 2010 and February 2013. Her master thesis was about designing a decentralized approach for resources reservation in desktop grids. Then, she joined the Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC) for a year and seven months, where she worked on leveraging high-performance in-memory key-value data stores to accelerate data intensive tasks. In 2017, Nesrine joined the Chair for Compiler Construction at TU Dresden in Germany as research assistant, she is working on domain specific languages and compiler optimizations (e.g, for computational biology) in the high-performance computing domain.
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