Bio

François Trahay is an associate professor at Télécom SudParis since 2011. He is a member of the HP2 team of the computer science department, which investigates high-performance systems. He received his Ph.D. degree in computer science from the University of Bordeaux in 2009. He has been working on runtime systems for high performance computing since 2006. His research interests now mostly focus on performance analysis for HPC and distributed systems. He is the project leader and main developper of the EZTrace framework for performance analysis. He is the co-author of 19 research papers in top international conferences, workshops and journals such as IEEE TPDS, IPDPS, ICPP, IEEE Cluster, ACM TACO, or IJPP.

Current position:

Associate Professor
Computer Science dept
Télécom SudParis

High Performance Systems group
CNRS Samovar Lab (ACMES group)

 

Past positions and education:

2010: Post Doc
Riken, University of Tokyo, Ishikawa Lab

 

2006-2009: PhD in Computer Science
University of Bordeaux, LaBRI, INRIA Runtime
Advisors: Alexandre Denis & Raymond Namyst

 

2006: MS in Computer Science
University of Bordeaux, LaBRI, INRIA Runtime
Advisors: Alexandre Denis & Raymond Namyst