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Djordje Jevdjic
Postdoctoral Research Associate

address: University of Washington
        Computer Science & Engineering
        PO Box 352350
e-mail: lastName@cs.washington.edu


 

I'm a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Washington, working in the SAMPA group
led by Luis Ceze and Mark Oskin. I recently 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.


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, specialized storage systems for multimedia,
memory systems for servers (including gigantic DRAM caches), 3D integrated circuits,
near-memory processing, and server systems modeling and evaluation.

Want to know more? You can check out my (hopefully updated) resume and research statement,
as well as my Google Scholar page.

I am looking for collaboration with HCI researchers who are interested in supporting blind people
and people with extremely poor vision.

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I'm very passionate about choral music. Please consider coming to my next concert to hear and enjoy
some uplifting Gospel music: 03/06/2017, 7:30pm @University Presbyterian Church (4540 15th Ave NE)