Isaac Dooley
PhD Students
at illinois.edu
Profile

Isaac Dooley is a Department of Energy High Performance Computer Science Fellow who received his M.S. Degree from the University of Illinois in Computer science and his B.S. in Mathematics and Computer Science from Birmingham-Southern College. He now is pursuing a Ph.D. at the University of Illinois. He works with his advisor Professor Laxmikant Kale in the Parallel Programming Laboratory, and with Professor William Gropp.

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Research Areas
Papers
11-58
2011
[Paper]
Detecting and Using Critical Paths at Runtime in Message Driven Parallel Programs [IJNC 2011]
10-24
2010
[PhD Thesis]
Intelligent Runtime Tuning of Parallel Applications With Control Points [Thesis 2010]
10-19
2010
[Paper]
A Study of Memory-Aware Scheduling in Message Driven Parallel Programs [HiPC 2010]
10-15
2010
[Paper]
Simulating Large Scale Parallel Applications using Statistical Models for Sequential Execution Blocks [ICPADS 2010]
10-05
2010
[Paper]
A Study of Memory-Aware Scheduling in Message Driven Parallel Programs [PPL Technical Report 2010]
10-01
2010
[Paper]
Detecting and Using Critical Paths at Runtime in Message Driven Parallel Programs [APDCM 2010]
09-08
2009
[Paper]
Continuous Performance Monitoring for Large-Scale Parallel Applications [HiPC 2009]
09-06
2009
[Paper]
Flexible Hardware Mapping for Finite Element Simulations on Hybrid CPU / GPU Clusters [SAAHPC 2009]
08-15
2009
[Paper]
Parallel Simulations of Dynamic Fracture Using Extrinsic Cohesive Elements [J. Sci. Comp. 2009]
08-14
2008
[Paper]
Control Points for Adaptive Parallel Performance Tuning [PPL Technical Report 2008]
08-04
2008
[Paper]
NoiseMiner: An Algorithm for Scalable Automatic Computational Noise and Software Interference Detection [HIPS 2008]
07-07
2007
[Paper]
Parallel Simulations of Dynamic Fracture Using Extrinsic Cohesive Elements [PPL Technical Report 2007]
06-17
2006
[MS Thesis]
Automated Source-to-Source Translations to Assist Parallel Programmers [Thesis 2006]
06-13
2006
[Paper]
Quantifying the Interference Caused by Subnormal Floating-Point Values [OSIHPA 2006]
05-14
2006
[Paper]
ParFUM: A Parallel Framework for Unstructured Meshes for Scalable Dynamic Physics Applications [Engineering with Computers 2006]
05-12
2005
[Paper]
Performance Degradation in the Presence of Subnormal Floating-Point Values [OSIHPA 2005]
Talks/Posters
05-29
2005
[Talk]
Performance Degradataion in the Presence of Subnormal Floating-Point Values [OSIHPA 2005]
05-28
2005
[Talk]
Parallelization Of The Spacetime Discontinuous Galerkin Method Using The Charm++ ParFUM Framework [USNCCM 2005]