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Euripides Montagne

Visiting Lecturer

Department: Computer Science
Email: eurip@eecs.ucf.edu
Phone: 407-823-2684
Office: Harris Engineering Center (bldg. 116) 216
Website: http://www.cs.ucf.edu/~eurip/
Resume: N/A

Research Interests: Program optimization of irregular problems (sparse matrices), parallel processing, non-standard computer architectures, computer science education.

  • Ph.D. Universidad Central de Venezuela Doctor en Ciencias (D. Sc.)
  • M.S. McGill University Master of Science
  • B.S. Universidad Central de Venezuela Licenciado en Computacion
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  • Bhave, A. Montagne, E., and Granados, E. "Describing Quantum Circuits with Systolic Arrays". Proceedings of the 17th IEEE Conference on Application-specific Systems, Architectures and Processors(ASAP'06), Steamboat Springs, Colorado, September 2006. pp. 109-113

  • Montagne, E. and Ekambaran, A.“An Optimal Storage Format for Sparse Matrices”, Information Processing Letters, North-Holland, Vol. 90(2), Julio 2004, pp. 87-92.

  • Montagne, E., Rukoz, M., Surós, R. and Breant, F. “Modeling Granularity when Adapting Systolic Algorithms to a Transputer based Supercomputer”. Parallel Computing, North-Holland, Vol. 20, 1994, pp. 807-814.

  • Surós, R. and Montagne, E. “Optimizing Systolic Networks by Fitting Diagonals”, Parallel Computing, North-holland, Vol. 4, 1987, pp. 167-174.

  • Gelenbe, E., Montagne, E., Surós, R. and Woodside, C.M.A. “Performance Model of Block Structured Parallel Programs”, Parallel Algorithms and Architectures, Ed. M. Cosnard, North-holland, 1986, pp. 127-138.