Rio de Janeiro, May 2019
From August 22 to August 26, I attended the 41st International Symposium on Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science (MFCS) in Krakow, Poland, where I presented our paper on the deterministic majority process.
Our paper On the Voting Time of the Deterministic Majority Process has been accepted for presentation at the 41st International Symposium on Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science (MFCS), which will take place in Kraków, Poland in August 2016.
From February 22nd to February 24th I attended the Austrian HPC Meeting 2016 in Grundlsee, Austria.
From August 24 to August 28, I attended the Euro-Par conference in Vienna which was hosted at the Vienna University of Technology.
At the conference, I presented our recent results on diffusion based load balancing. Our paper (On Discrete Load Balancing in Heterogeneous Networks with a Focus on Second-Order Diffusion) can be obtained from arXiv. The presentation slides are also available online!
From May 25 to May 29 I attended the IPDPS’15 conference in Hyderabad, India. I also held a talk on Wednesday, May 27, where I presented our recent research in the area of randomized information dissemination. The presentation slides I used in my talk are available online and the paper can be found on arXiv.
I had a pleasant flight since I managed to get a seat with lots of space for my legs. The hotel was nice with friendly staff and good breakfast.
On Tuesday evening we booked a taxi and went sightseeing in Hyderabad.
Today, I presented my Master’s Thesis at the 10th International CAD Conference and Exhibition (CAD’13).