Postdoctoral Researcher01/2023 — Present
Main Research Areas
My research topics include various aspects of computer engineering, spanning from cloud technologies to embedded systems. The focus is always on the Operating System and its role in regulating the timing and power behavior of several concurrent tasks, often with real-time constraints. In particular, I worked on the following topics:
- Energy-aware scheduling of real-time systems on heterogeneous embedded platforms running Linux;
- Energy consumption estimation through CPU Performance Monitoring Counters (PMCs) on embedded systems;
- Deterministic execution of time-sensitive high-performance applications;
- Simulation of the timing and energy behavior of DVFS-capable heterogeneous multi-core real-time systems;
- High-performance network communications in HPC and cloud environments, with a special focus on NFV.
During my Ph.D. and later as a Postdoctoral Researcher, I have collaborated with other European universities and industrial partners on the realization of the following European Project:
- AMPERE: A Model-driven development framework for highly Parallel and EneRgy-Efficient computation supporting multi-criteria optimisation (HORIZON 2020 No. 871669).