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  • Organization
    Monash University, Victoria, Australia

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    university

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  • Biography

    Professor David Abramson has been involved in computer architecture and high performance computing research since 1979. Previous to
    joining Monash University in 1997, he has held appointments at Griffith University, CSIRO, and RMIT. At CSIRO he was the program leader of
    the Division of Information Technology High Performance Computing Program, and was also an adjunct Associate Professor at RMIT in
    Melbourne. He served as a program manager and chief investigator in the Co-operative Research Centre for Intelligent Decisions Systems and
    the Co-operative Research Centre for Enterprise Distributed Systems.

    Abramson is currently an ARC Professorial Fellow; Professor of Computer Science in the Faculty of Information Technology at Monash
    University, Australia, and acting director of the Monash e-Research Centre. Abramson has served on committees for many conferences and
    workshops, and has published over 150 papers and technical documents. He has given seminars and received awards around Australia and
    internationally and has received over $3.6 million in research funding. He also has a keen interest in R&D commercialization and consults for
    Axceleon Inc, who produce an industry strength version of Nimrod, and Guardsoft, a company focused on commercialising the Guard relative
    debugger.

    Abramson’s current interests are in high performance computer systems design and software engineering tools for programming parallel,
    distributed supercomputers and stained glass windows.


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