Michela Becchi

Associate Professor
Michela Becchi

My research interests lie broadly at the intersection between computer architecture, systems software, and applications. In particular, my current research activities spawn different directions: design of programming models, compiler and runtime techniques for heterogeneous systems containing coprocessor devices; acceleration of bioinformatics, pattern recognition, and data analytics algorithms on parallel architectures; and high-speed implementation of networking applications (e.g., deep packet inspection). I am interested in any kind of parallel hardware: multi-core CPUs, GPUs and other many-core devices, network processors, field programmable gate arrays, and clusters of computers. I enjoy working at the boundary between hardware and software.


Education

2000 - Laurea in Computer Engineering, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
2009 - MS and PhD in Computer Engineering, Washington University in St. Louis


Awards & Honors

2016 - University of Missouri System President Award for Early Career Excellence
2015 - NSF CAREER Award
2015 - University of Missouri, College of Engineering, Junior Faculty Excellence in Research Award
2013 - University of Missouri, College of Engineering, Junior Faculty Excellence in Teaching Award
2012, 2011 - Best Paper Award - ACM International Symposium on High-Performance Parallel and Distributed Computing (HPDC)


 

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