Data Intensive Sci Computing
As a research scientist within the Center for Adaptive Supercomputing Software, or CASS, Morari is part of the PNNL team designing the PNNL Semantic Graph Engine Multi-threaded (SGEM). SGEM is based on the PNNL Global Memory Multi-threaded (GMT), a runtime system Morari and other scientists designed and developed to efficiently execute irregular applications on large-scale systems. He also has developed and designed a high-performance distributed string hash-map for SGEM.
In addition, Morari has contributed to several conference papers and journal articles. He has served as a program commitee member for the IA^3 Workshop and he has served as a reviewer for several international conferences.
Prior to joining PNNL, Morari was a resident student at Barcelona Supercomputing Center (Spain) and a research intern at the IBM T.J. Watson Research Center (New York).
- Big Data
- Large-scale Runtime Systems
- System Software for High Performance Computing
- Performance Modeling
Education and Credentials
- M.S., Computer Engineering, Tor Vergata University (Italy), 2009
- B.S., Computer Engineering, Roma Tre University (Italy), 2007
Awards and Recognitions
- IEEE International Parallel & Distributed Processing Symposium, 2012: Best Paper Award, "Evaluating the Impact of TLB Misses on Future HPC Systems."