Short Bio

I am an Assistant Professor at the Computer Science Department, University of Pisa, Italy. I received a Bachelor Degree in Computer Science from the University of Pisa in 2006 (summa cum laude) and a Master Degree from the same university in 2008 (summa cum laude). I got my Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Pisa in 2012 with a thesis on control-theoretic predictive strategies for autonomic parallel computations, supervised by Prof. Marco Vanneschi. Since October 2014, I have been an Assistant Professor (RTD-A, without tenure track) at the Computer Science Department of the University of Pisa, working in the Parallel Programming Models Group led by Prof. Marco Danelutto. I am currently involved in the European research project (H2020) RePhrase. Colleagues in my group are Prof. Marco Danelutto (Full Professor), Massimo Torquati (Assistant Professor), Tiziano De Matteis (Research Fellow) and Daniele De Sensi (Research Fellow).

My research interests focus on understanding, designing and evaluating parallel systems at any level, from parallel architectures and their technological evolution, to parallel applications and their enabling frameworks and run-time supports. Some of my research topics areParallel Programming, Parallel Architectures, Autonomic Computing and Data Stream Processing.

I started my research activity in 2009. I am author/co-author of 19 journal papers,27conference and workshop papers, 3 chapters appearing in handbooks, and1 book.

Gabriele Mencagli