SNE Labs welcomes Dolly Sapra MSc, PhD-candidate EU project ALOHA
The System and Network Engineering (SNE) Lab welcomes a new PhD-candidate. Last month Dolly Sapra joined the lab to work together with dr. Andy D. Pimentel and drs. Simon Polstra on research project ALOHA.
Dolly Sapra obtained her Master’s degree ten years ago, and works in the industry ever since. Dolly her research interest in systems and architectures led her to the SNE Lab, where she first worked on design space exploration of multicore systems as a guest researcher. Dolly lived and worked in England before coming to Amsterdam.
ALOHA – software framework for runtime-Adaptive and secure deep Learning On Heterogeneous Architectures, is an EU Horizon 2020 research project. ALOHA consists of a team of 14 partners from both industry and academic research groups. The main goal is to facilitate implementation of deep learning algorithms on heterogeneous low energy computing platforms providing automation for optimal algorithm selection, resource allocation and deployment.