High Performance Computing Lab, Northeastern University

The High Performance Computing Laboratory at Northeastern University is led by Gene Cooperman. The Lab is part of the College of Computer and Information Science and is located at West Village H. As of 2016, it includes three Ph.D. students, a research scientist (Kapil Arya), and assorted M.S. students. The Laboratory is pursuing a variety of projects with an emphasis on checkpointing technologies.

Professor Cooperman has over 100 refereed publications, and has been awarded 15 grants from the National Science Foundation. He is the head of the High Performance Computing Lab at Northeastern University. Prof. Cooperman also holds a five-year appotintment as an IDEX Chair of Attractivity at the Université Fédérale Toulouse Midi-Pyrénées and LAAS-CNRS.

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