Carlo Del Mundo advances in the ACM Student Research Competition

Publish Date: 02/04/2014

Congratulations to Carlo Del Mundo and his faculty advisor Wu Feng, on the selection of Carlo as one of 6 finalists in the ACM Student Research Competition at Supercomputing 2013 last week. Of the ~20 semifinalists, 6 were chosen as finalists to present their work at a technical session, and of those, 3 were awarded gold medals (Carlo was one of those). He now advances to the next stage in the research competition to vie with other ACM conference winners for a chance to win an ACM Grand Finals award.  

Carlo's project was entitled Enabling Efficient Intra-Warp Communication for Fourier Transforms in a Many-Core Architecture.  A version of his poster can be found here: http://carlodelmundo.com/posters/073113-on-efficacy-shuffle-sc2013.pdf

The three SC13 ACM Student Research Competition medalists earned: Gold, Silver, Bronze medals. Thus, Carlo as the only gold medalist, will be the ONLY medalist to advance to the wider ACM competition.