The position is offered in the framework of the French ANR-funded ENERGUMEN project and will take place at IRIT laboratory in Toulouse, France.
This project aims at proposing and evaluating new theoretical scheduling algorithms for malleable/reconfigurable HPC tasks (i.e. able to change the number of resources at runtime), taking into account computing requirements but also data movement that occurs during reconfiguration.
In this post-doc We intend to study bi-objective problems from a theoretical point of view, optimizing both consumed energy and a performance criterion, e.g. stretch-time, makespan. The candidate will work on modeling such system, will propose scheduling and reconfiguration algorithms and will evaluate them.
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