My area of research is High Performance Computing (HPC). In particular, I focus on

  • Algorithm-Architecture co-design
  • Performance modeling for GPU/many-core architectures
  • Distributed Algorithms




Kenneth Czechowski, Victor W. Lee, Ed Grochowski, Ronny Ronen, Ronak Singhal, Pradeep Dubey, and Richard Vuduc. Improving the energy efficiency of big cores. In Proc. ACM/IEEE Int’l. Symp. on Computer Architecture (ISCA), Minneapolis, MN, USA, June 2014. [pdf] [slides]

Czechowski, & K., Vuduc, R. A theoretical framework for algorithm-architecture co- design. In Proc. IEEE Int’l. Parallel and Distributed Processing Symp. (IPDPS), Boston, MA, USA, May 2013. [pdf]

March, W., Czechowski, K., Dukhan, M., Benson, T., Lee, D., Connolly, A., Vuduc, R., Chow, E., & Gray, A., Optimizing the computation of n-point correlations on large-scale astronomical data. In Proc. ACM/IEEE Conf. Supercomputing (SC), November 2012. [pdf]

Czechowski, K., McClanahan, C., Battaglino, & Vuduc, R. ”On the communication complexity of 3D FFTs and its implications for exascale”. International Conference on Supercomputing (ICS). June 2012. [pdf]

Vuduc, R., Czechowski, K., Chandramowlishwaran, A., & Choi, J,. ”Courses in high- performance computing for scientists and engineers”. In Proc. NSF/TCPP Wkshp. Parallel and Distributed Computing Education (EduPar), co-located with IPDPS’12, Shanghai, China, May 2012. [pdf]

Vuduc, R., & Czechowski, K., ”What GPU computing means for high-end systems”. IEEE Micro, 31(4):74-78. July-August 2011

Czechowski, K., Battaglino, C., McClanahan, C., Chandramowlishwaran, A., & Vuduc, R. ”Balance principles for algorithm-architecture co-design”. In Proc. USENIX Wkshp. Hot Topics in Parallelism (HotPar), Berkeley, CA, USA. May 2011[pdf]

Czechowski, K., Ferguson, R. W., & Mappus, R. L. I. ”The first second of symmetry: Towards a model of visual search during symmetry verification”. International Conference on Cognitive Modeling (ICCM). April 2007

Mappus, R. L. I., Ferguson, R. W., Czechowski, K., & Corballis, P. M. ”Spotting differences: How qualitative asymmetries influence visual search”. Cognitive Science Conference, Stresa (CogSci). August 2005

About Me

georgia tech grad student, entrepreneur, motorcyclist, fitness fanatic...

Occupation: PhD student
Location: Atlanta, GA

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