I am Wim Vanderbauwhede, a Professor in Computing Science at the University of Glasgow, where I lead the Low Carbon and Sustainable Computing activity.
My research is primarily about improving energy efficiency of computation, in particular scientific computing. I research languages, compilers and runtime systems for heterogeneous architectures, novel hardware that has the potential to be more energy efficient if it is programmed well. I am particularly interested in FPGAs and acceleration of climate and weather simulations.
- My staff page at the University of Glasgow
- My personal site at the School of Computing Science
- Why I do Computing Science research