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PhD Fellow

Niclas is a PhD Fellow working with computational storage. His current research activities focuses on offloading eBPF code to PCI and NVMe devices. Besides computational storage, he is interested in security in the context of data systems, including how to guarantee availability, integrity and confi ...

PhD Fellow

Niels is a PhD Student working with energy systems and large-scale time series data. He is interested in applying data science techniques to adapt our power grids to a low-emission future. He is also interested in sensor networks that collect energy data, playing around with wireless networks and Io ...

PhD Fellow

Morten is working as a PhD fellow with Philippe Bonnet as a supervisor. His PhD project pertains to the verification of eBPF programs which are supposed to execute on the computational unit of future computational storage devices. He completed his Master’s in Computer Science with a specialization i ...

PhD Fellow

Dovile is a PhD Fellow working together with Veronika Cheplygina and Bethany Chamberlain on the project ‘CATS - Choosing a Transfer Source for Medical Image Classification’.

PhD Fellow

Bethany is a PhD Fellow at the IT University of Copenhagen working together with Veronika Cheplygina and Dovile Juodelyte on the project ‘CATS - Choosing a Transfer Source for Medical Image Classification’. Before joining ITU, she studied at the University of Strathclyde and Bemidji Stat ...

Research Assistant

Jon Tøttrup is a research assistant at DASYA lab. Jon is a computer scientist working with Resource-aware Machine Learning on SoC devices, alongside Robert Bayer and Pinar Tözün. He is interested in working with efficient machine learning on new SoC platforms.

Student Assistant

Robert Bayer is a student assistant at DASYA lab. He is a data scientist who is interested in the intersection of modern hardware and data science. More specifically, he is interested in exploiting hardware accelerators (GPUs, FPGAs) more effectively while running machine learning workloads.

Maria Astefanoaei secures Innovation Grant for Climate Change AI Maria Astefanoaei has been awarded an innovation grant of $145.000 from Climate Change AI for the project: Towards greener last-mile operations: Supporting cargo-bike logistics through optimized routing of multi-modal urban delivery fl ...
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Welcome to our Four New Members! During the fall of 2021 our research group have been expanded by four new excellent members: Lottie Greenwood, HPC System Administrator Ties Robroek, PhD Fellow Ehsan Yousefzadeh-Asl-Miandoab, PhD Fellow Julian Priest, Researcher with the DISCO project Welcome!
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