Angelos Bilas
Professor at Institute of Computer Science - Foundation for Research and Technology Hellas (FORTH-IC...

Angelos Bilas is a Professor in the Department of Computer Science, University of Crete, where he has also held an Associate Professor position between 2002-2011, and a collaborating researcher at FORTH-ICS. Between 2016-2020 he has served as the Chair in the Department of Computer Science. Prof. Bilas received his diploma in Computer Engineering from the University of Patras in 1993, and and his Masters and Ph.D. degrees in Computer Science from Princeton University, NJ in 1995 and 1998 respectively. Between 1998-2002 he has been an Assistant Professor with the ECE Department at the University of Toronto. His current interests include systems software for efficient storage systems, computing and storage architectures, low-latency high-bandwidth communication protocols, and runtime-system support for parallel systems. His work has been published in prestigious conferences in computer architecture and systems, including Usenix ATC, ACM SoCC, and Eurosys. He has been the recipient of a Marie Curie Excellent Teams Award (2005-2009), he has published more than 100 papers in peer-reviewed conferences workshops, and journals, he has served in the Program Committees of more than 90 conferences and workshops in his area, as the Program Chair for IEEE Cluster 2010, in the Editorial Board of IEEE Computer Architecture Letters (CAL) [2007-2011], the Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing (JPDC) [May 2011-May 2018], and he currently serves in the Editorial Board of ACM Transactions on Storage [2016-]. He has (co)supervised or he is (co)supervising 35 Masters and 8 Ph.D students. He has participated in more than 45 EU or nationally funded projects, he is the scientific director for the H2020 project EVOLVE [2019-2021] (HPC and Big Data enabled Large-scale Test-beds and Applications), and has been the coordinator of the FP7 EU project IOLanes [2010-2013]. He has collaborated extensively with international industry, he has been awarded 4 patents and 1 patent applications, while his research has been licensed to startups (two rounds of research results) and has been used in products by a Fortune50 company. []



The Evolve project: A Convergence of Machine Learning and HPC to address Big Data challenges
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