Djordje Jevdjic

Assistant Professor, Computer Science | Google Scholar
Office: School of Computing
National University of Singapore
13 Computing Drive
Singapore 117417
Curriculum Vitæ | Research Statement

I'm an assistant professor at the School of Computing at the National University of Singapore. Prior to joining NUS, I spent a year at Microsoft Research in Redmond working with Karin Strauss and her fantastic team on the DNA storage project (check this exciting video), and before that I was a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Washington, working in the SAMPA group group led by Luis Ceze and Mark Oskin. I received my PhD degree from the School of Computer and Communication Sciences at EPFL, Switzerland, where I worked in Parallel Systems Architecture Laboratory (PARSA) with Prof. Babak Falsafi.

Three openings: PhD stdudent position in the area of DNA data storge, PhD student position in architcture/systems, and research assistant position in the area of DNA data storage.

Research Interest: My research focuses on increasing the efficiency of server systems for datacenters to support sustainable growth of important global services during the ongoing environmental crisis. I seek to minimize the energy footprint and maximize the compute and storage density of server systems through better system integration, the use of emerging technologies, specialization of various system components for prevalent applications, and disciplined approximation.

Current Focus: approximate computing, systems for AI, DNA data storage, specialized storage systems for multimedia, memory systems for servers (including gigantic DRAM caches), 3D integrated circuits, near-memory processing, virtual memory support for big data, and server systems modeling and evaluation.



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