Project Description

Stephane Zuckerman

Visiting Assistant Professor, Computer Science

Research Interests

  • High-performance computing
  • Parallel computing: execution models, event-driven multithreading
  • System software: runtime systems, compiler technology, fine-grain resource management


Stephane Zuckerman obtained his Ph.D in Computer Science from the University of Versailles, France, where he studied the memory subsystems of various multiprocessor, multicore shared memory systems and how to best remove bottlenecks in various real-life applications ranging from heat transfer modeling in car engine casts, to material deformation in industrial furnaces.

In 2010, he joined the Computer Architecture & Parallel Systems Laboratory at the University of Delaware, where, as a Research Associate, he helped specify a novel execution model for future extreme-scale supercomputers: the Codelet Model. He helped design and implement a runtime system which implements the Codelet Model, as well as a simulator to perform fine-grain resource management to allow computers to self-adapt according to introspection mechanisms in future general purpose many-core systems.

Dr. Zuckerman joined the Michigan Technological University in August 2016 as a Visiting Professor.