Joris op ten Berg successfully defended his Master thesis (with Cum Laude) entitled 'QoS-Aware CPU Scheduling on Simulated Multi-Core Hardware'. Congratulations, Joris!
Abstract: 3D-stacking is a new approach to building CPUs that has the potential to increase performance thanks to low memory access latency. However, stacking components on top of each other increases power density, which results in worse thermals.
Aug 28, 2023
Jurre Wolff successfully defended his Master thesis (with Cum Laude) entitled 'QoS-Aware CPU Scheduling on Simulated Multi-Core Hardware'. Congratulations, Jurre!
Abstract: This thesis introduces program-specific performance statistics as a Central Processing Unit (CPU) scheduling parameter within the context of the HotSniper chip architecture simulation toolchain. The parameter allows for a higher level of program-tailored scheduling, as opposed to the ubiquitous metrics such as types of latency and CPU utilization.
Aug 28, 2023
Erik Leonards successfully defended his Bachelor thesis (with Cum Laude) entitled 'Processor Modelling Using Queueing Theory'. Congratulations, Erik!
Abstract: This thesis gives a general introduction into closed queueing networks, describes mean value analysis and formulates a closed queueing network model that predicts the parallel execution time of multiple benchmarks when the isolated execution time is known.
Jul 3, 2023
Leo Schreuders successfully defended his Master thesis (with Cum Laude) entitled 'Combined Core-Memory Dynamic Thermal Management in 3D Core-Memory Architectures'. Congratulations, Leo!
Aug 28, 2022
Martijn Besamusca successfully defended his Bachelor thesis entitled 'The Thermal And Performance Impact Of 3D Stacking L3 Caches In Processors'. Congratulations, Martijn!
Jul 19, 2022