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Angelos Ioannou

Angelos Ioannou
Computer Science Department
Phone: 510-486-4508
Computer Architecture Group
One Cyclotron Road
Mail Stop #59R4104
Berkeley, CA 94720 us

Biographical Sketch

Angelos Ioannou is a Computers Systems Engineer in the Computer Architecture Group of the Computer Science Department at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. His current work focuses on Reconfigurable Computing, involving FPGA-aided simulation for HPC architectures and hardware acceleration of scientific applications.

He holds a BSc and MSc on Computer Science from the University of Crete, Greece, and a PhD on Electrical and Computer Engineering from the Engineering University of Crete (TUC), Greece.
He has worked for Research Institutes (as FORTH and TSI in Greece) and for the Industry (as Exapsys, Synelixis and Globetech in Greece), focusing on HPC, RISCV processors, multi-FPGA systems, hardware accelerators and verification. During 2020-21 and 2021-22 he also served as a full time adjunct professor at Electrical and Computer Engineering for the Engineering University of Crete, teaching Computer Architecture, Digital Computational Systems and Advanced Computer Architecture.

Current Projects

  • iARPA AGILE: Advanced Graphic Intelligence Logical Computing Environment
  • Project 38: A set of vendor-agnostic architectural explorations involving NSA, the DOE Office of Science, and NNSA