Julita Corbalán received the engineering degree in computer science in 1996 and the PhD degree in computer science in 2002, both from the Technical University of Catalunya (UPC), Spain. Since 2001, she has been lecturing on operating systems in the Computer Architecture Department at the UPC. Her research interests include processor management of parallel applications, parallel runtimes, and High Performance Computing scheduling policies. She is currently an associate professor in the Computer Science Department and associate researcher at the Barcelona Supercomputing Center. She is currently involved in two main projects, the BSC-Lenovo collaboration projects in the topic of energy aware runtimes and in the DEEP-EST European project designing the new European modular supercomputing architecture.
HPC Centre Planning and Operations