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Brandon Kammerdiener is a PhD student in Computer Science at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. During his graduate studies, he has created multiple software tools and frameworks for understanding and managing application data usage on emerging memory architectures. He is also one of the lead contributors to the Simplified Interface to Complex Memory (SICM), a DOE ECP subproject that aims to enhance data management on supercomputing platforms with complex memory hierarchies.
Extreme Scale Computing
HPC Community Collaboration
Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence
Resource Management and Scheduling