Sandra Catalán Pallarés

Sandra Catalán Pallarés received a B.Sc. degree in Computer Science from Universitat Jaume I (UJI) of Castellón (Spain) in 2012, and an M.Sc. degree in Intelligent Systems (2013), and Ph.D. in Computer Science (2018) from the same university. In 2018, she moved as a postdoctoral researcher to Barcelona Supercomputing Center to work on the project "Porting and Optimization of Math Libraries" in collaboration with Fujitsu. In 2019, she joined Universidad Complutense de Madrid where she is currently an Assistant Professor. Her current research is focused on energy saving on moderate-scale clusters and low-power processors, parallel algorithms for numerical linear algebra, and asymmetric architectures.


Developing Linear Algebra Codes on Modern Processors: Emerging Research and Opportunities
Sandra Catalán Pallarés, Pedro Valero-Lara, Leonel Antonio Toledo Díaz, Rocío Carratalá Sáez. © 2023. 266 pages.
Optimized linear algebra (LA) libraries that are able to exploit the underlying hardware are always of interest in the high-performance computing community. The implementation of...