Prof. Dr. Carsten Trinitis
Academic Career and Research Areas
Prof Trinitis' (*1965) field of research comprises high performance computer architectures (with a focus on microprocessor architectures), co-design and hardware oriented optimisations as well as computer architectures for spaceflight. On the application side, Prof Trinitis' research focuses on adapting compute intensive codes to these architectures as well as on comprehensive open source environments for simulating electrostatic fields. An additional important area of research is Ethics in Informatics.
Prof Trinitis received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering in 1998 from TUM. After working in the industry, he returned to TUM in 2001. From 2002 to 2010, he was also an assistant professor for History of Science at the Universität der Bundeswehr München, Germany. From 2010 to 2014, he was Full Professor of Distributed Computing at the University of Bedfordshire, United Kingdom. Since September 2021 he has been Full Professor for Computer Architecture and Operating Systems at TUM's Heilbronn campus. He is spokesman of the „Gesellschaft für Informatik und Ethik“.
- Hans Meuer Award, (best paper) ISC High Performance Computing Conference (2020)
- Zentrum für Angewandte Raumfahrttechnologie und Mikrogravitation (ZARM): Best master thesis award: "Development and integration of a communication module for nanosatellites based on VHDL within the MOVE-II mission" by Sebastian Rückerl (2017)
- Zentrum für Angewandte Raumfahrttechnologie und Mikrogravitation (ZARM): Best master thesis award: "Dependable Computer Nanosatellites" by Christian Fuchs (2016)
Key Publications (all publications)
Roman Karlstetter, Amir Raoofy, Martin Radev, Carsten Trinitis, Jakob Hermann, Martin Schulz: Living on the Edge: Efficient Handling of Large Scale Sensor Data. CCGRID 2021: 1-10.Abstract
Amir Raoofy, Roman Karlstetter, Dai Yang, Carsten Trinitis, Martin Schulz: Time Series Mining at Petascale Performance. ISC 2020: 104-123.Abstract
Tobias Klug, Michael Ott, Josef Weidendorfer, Carsten Trinitis: autopin - Automated Optimization of Thread-to-Core Pinning on Multicore Systems. Trans. High Perform. Embed. Archit. Compil. 3: 219-235 (2011).Abstract
Tilman Küstner, Josef Weidendorfer, Jasmine Schirmer, Tobias Klug, Carsten Trinitis, Sybille Ziegler: "Parallel MLEM on Multicore Architectures." ICCS (1) 2009: 491-500.Abstract
Josef Weidendorfer, Markus Kowarschik, Carsten Trinitis: "A Tool Suite for Simulation Based Analysis of Memory Access Behavior." International Conference on Computational Science 2004: 440-447.Abstract