My current position is lab manager for the information Access Disruptions (iAD) research laboratory at the University of Oslo.
I am also writing my PhD with the Media Group at Simula Research Laboratory. Here, I am working with the P2G project where we are researching mapping of processes to heterogeneous processing nodes. My research interests are within distributed processing, and heterogeneous processing architectures. I am also interested in state of the art asymmetric multi-core processors like the Intel Xeon Phi, and graphics processing units like the nVIDIA Kepler-architecture.
I am also involved in teaching at the University of Oslo where I am currently teaching and administrating the course INF5063 - Programming asymmetric multi-core processors. I have supervised several Master students working with the nVIDIA CUDA framework, distributed processing and GPGPU in general. Now I am involved with supervising master students working with optimization of video encoding for heterogeneous architectures.
I joined Simula as a PhD student in April 2007, after finishing my MSc from the Department of Informatics at the University of Oslo. My master thesis is about the evaluation and implementation if a fault tolerant routing algorithm in SCI interconnection networks.
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