“I think it is true for all N. I was just playing it safe with N ≤ 3 because I couldn't remember the proof”
– MIT maths professor
I graduated from the Autonomous University of Madrid in 2008 with a bachelor degree in Computer Engineering. After one year working in a company devoted to e-learning systems, I received a scholarship from the EPSRC (UK) and took courses at EPCC (Edinburgh). I obtained my MSc on High Performance Computing at the end of 2009 with honors. I am currently pursuing a PhD at LSI in the context of parallel and reconfigurable computing.
I conduct research on hardware integration of heterogeneous machines, code partitioning and distributed runtime systems. I am also interested in memory bus traffic and communications, studying the relationship between datasets and communication patterns in scientific and engineering codes. In particular, I have a soft spot for graph structures and theory.
When not working, I like building electronic gadgets for musical instruments (commercial webpage to appear soon). I spend any other remnants of my time in outdoor activities, specially climbing and hiking.
I case that you are interested on network benchmarking on massively parallel computers, you can have a look at my MSc dissertation here. Enjoy! :D