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We are a dynamic research group at the Colorado School of Mines. We focus on improving the performance and utilization of a wide range of computing systems. We create ecosystems to efficiently integrate high performance computing into real-life applications.

We work on a wide range of research topics, including:

  • Diversely heterogeneous architectures
  • Performance & resource modeling
  • AI acceleration
  • Autonomous computing
  • Parallel programming paradigms
  • Runtime systems
  • Large-scale superconducting computers
  • Next generation transistors

We are always looking for new group members with passion, talent, and grit! Please check the research flyer. If you are interested in doing research in our group, please do not hesitate to email (belviranli@mines.edu).

Researchers in our group have the opportunity to work on a wide range diversely heterogeneous architectures, including mobile and autonomous system on chips and high performance servers. Our research involves in exploring real-life problems, raising interesting research questions, understanding performance of complex systems, creating solutions for performance, energy and resource efficient execution, developing runtimes for autonomous systems. We publish our research in premiere computer science and engineering conferences and journals.


December 2023

Our paper is accepted to appear in DATE’24. The paper proposes multi network and multi accelerator object detection for aerial drones.

November 2023

Our paper is accepted to appear in PPoPP’24. The paper proposes to increase throughput of concurrently running DNNs on resource-limited SoCs.

February 2023

Google Coral.ai equipment donation. Thanks Google!

October 2022

Ph.D. student Ismet Dagli has won the third place in MICRO’22 SRC (student research competition).

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