Brussels / 1 & 2 February 2020


Anastassios Nanos

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I'm a systems researcher working on the lower-level parts of the software stack. I'm excited about optimizing the execution environment for multi-tier applications, especially in the context of resource-constrained devices.

With over 12 years of experience in Virtualization technologies, Anastassios Nanos is currently working on the lower-level parts of the stack to attack issues related to performance, scalability, power-efficiency, and security in hypervisors. Previously, he was a Postdoctoral researcher at CSLab, NTUA, Greece, working on bridging the gap between common HPC practices and virtualization. His research interests include I/O Virtualization, systems software for high-performance I/O in virtualized environments, systems support for heterogeneous platforms, communication architectures for clusters, and scalable storage architectures based on clusters. He has been involved in many parts of the OS software stack, including device drivers, memory management, network/block layers. Anastassios holds a Diploma in Engineering (2006) from ECE, NTUA and a PhD in Computer Engineering (2013) from NTUA. Since 2011, he serves as a co-chair of the VHPC workshop series, held in conjunction with Europar, SC, and ISC.



Title Day Room Track Start End
Lightweight virtualization in the Cloud and at the Edge
hypervisors gone rogue
Sunday H.1309 (Van Rijn) Virtualization and IaaS 12:00 12:30