Edson Borin
Professor at the Institute of Computing - Unicamp
Office Number: 68, Building: IC02
+55 19 3521-2980 -- Office
+55 19 3521-5847 -- Fax
Institute of Computing - University of Campinas
Av. Albert Einstein, 1251 - Sala 68
Cidade Universitária Zeferino Vaz
Barão Geraldo - Campinas - SP - Brasil
Short Bio

Prof. Edson Borin is an associate professor at the Institute of Computing, University of Campinas (Unicamp).

Before joining Unicamp, in Dec. 2010, Prof. Borin was a Research Scientist at the Intel Labs, in California, where he investigated and developed dynamic compilation techniques to enhance state-of-the-art HW/SW co-designed microprocessors, including automatic binary parallelization, dynamic binary translation and optimization techniques and hardware support to accelerate single-threaded applications. During this period, Prof. Borin employed his microcode compression algorithms and tools to improve the manufacturing process of Intel microprocessors and was awarded with 4 divisional recognition awards.

Currently, Prof. Borin applies his knowledge on modern computer architecture and compilers to investigate techniques to optimize existing scientific and engineering computing applications. Prof. Borin has been awarded with prizes from industry and academia, including best paper awards and the Zeferino Vaz award.

Research Labs


The Alberta Workloads for the SPEC CPU 2017 Benchmark Suite has been published at: https://webdocs.cs.ualberta.ca/~amaral/AlbertaWorkloadsForSPECCPU2017/

PhD and MsC Students
If you are graduated (or graduating soon) on a computer science or computer engineering course, you are welcome to apply to our graduate program. If you are interested in performing your graduate studies under my supervision, you may send me an e-mail with your curriculum attached.
Undergraduate Students
Undergraduate students interested in undergraduate research may find more information at: iniciação científica (Portuguese only).
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