Manfred Mücke

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Personal information

Position
Senior Researcher in Residence
Research Topic
Reconfigurable Computing
Email
manfred.muecke@scr.or.at
Telephone Number
+43 (316) 873 - 4369
Room Number
IDEG056
Bio
  • 2001: M.Sc. (Dipl. Ing.) in Electrical Engineering from Graz University of Technology, Austria.
  • 2002-2003: Design and implementation of algorithms for DSP- and FPGA-based high-speed smart camera systems.
  • 2004-2006: Ph.D. student at CERN, working on efficient mapping of signal processing algorithms on LHCb's multi-FPGA trigger infrastructure.
  • 2007: Ph.D. from Graz University of Technology, Austria.
  • 2008: Invited lecturer at the CERN inverted school of computing (iCSC2008) on reconfigurable high-performance computing.
  • 2007-2012: Research associate at the Research Lab Computational Technologies and Applications at the University of ViennaFaculty of Computer Science. Performance Evaluation of distributed scientific applications, trading accuracy for performance.
  • 2012- : Principal Investigator at Sustainable Computing Research, responsible for project development and research activities in the domain of Reconfigurable Computing.

Past research projects:

  • CPAMMS (Computing Paradigms and Algorithms for Molecular Modeling and Simulation)
  • NFN SISE (National Research NEtwork on Signal and Information Processing for Science and Engineering)
  • MixSVM (Mixed-Precision Support Vector Machine Classification on FPGAs)

Research Interests

I am interested in reconfigurable computing (aka computing with FPGAs). I study how the use of {distributed|embedded} reconfigurable computing platforms can improve the performance and power efficiency of

  • advanced digital signal processing applications (like beamforming or speaker localisation)
  • classification tasks in machine learning (focusing on support-vector machines and Bayesian network classifiers) and
  • scientific computing applications (like molecular dynamics, particle tracking, medical imaging or linear solvers).
     

A complete list of my publications is available at CiteULike. I am a member of ACM and SIAM. You will find me on the program committee of the Workshop on UnConventional High Performance Computing. If we met lately at a conference or meeting, here's a link to my profile at LinkedIn.

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Member for
6 years 25 weeks

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