Graduate Fellow: Timothy Rogers (2013)

Tim Rogers is a PhD student in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of British Columbia, advised by Professor Tor Aamodt. His current research focuses on architectural improvements to exploit locality and accelerate irregular parallelism in massively mutithreaded GPUs. His Recent work on Cache-Conscious Wavefront Scheduling, which used scheduling to manage the access stream seen by on-chip caches in GPUs, was selected as a "Top Pick" from computer architecture conferences by IEEE Micro magazine. He holds a BEng in Electrical Engineering from McGill University, has worked in software development for a number of years and is a contributor to GPGPU-Sim, a cycle-level GPU simulator.

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