The Parallel Architecture, System, and Algorithm (PASA) Lab in the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department at the University of California, Merced performs research in core technologies for large-scale parallel systems. The core theme of our research is to study how to enable scalable and efficient execution of enterprise and scientific applications on increasingly complex large-scale parallel systems. Our work creates innovation in runtime, architecture, performance modeling, and programming models; We also investigate the impact of novel architectures (e.g., non-volatile memory and accelerator with massive parallelism) on the designs of applications and runtime. Our goal is to improve the performance, reliability, energy efficiency, and productivity of large-scale parallel systems.
See our Research and Publications pages for more information about our work. For information about our group members, see our People page.