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Section: Other Grants and Activities

International Initiatives

Since 2005, there has been a strong partnership between CAMUS and the team LAFHIS from the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina. The persons involved in this collaboration are: Philippe Clauss, Vincent Loechner and Alain Ketterlin from the CAMUS team; Sergio Yovine and Diego Garbervetsky from the LAFHIS team (http://www.lafhis.dc.uba.ar ). Martin Rouaux, who is an argentinian student, has began his PhD work in September 2010. This thesis is co-supervised by Diego Garbervetsky and Philippe Clauss. Martin Rouaux has spent four months in the CAMUS team between August and November 2010. His PhD subject is to develop a framework dedicated to analyzing precisely the object accesses made in object-oriented programs, in order to identify memory dependences and parallelization opportunities. The investigated approach is based on the improvement of static analysis techniques thanks to the support of dynamic analyses.

Memory behavior analysis of object-oriented programs is the common issue of both teams. From 2007 to 2009, in our joint project from ECOS-Sud “Japiqay”, we developped an original approach to evaluate statically the maximum amount of memory consumed by a java program using dynamic memory allocation [4] .

This year, we submitted an international cooperation project MINCYT/INRIA/CNRS “QUATRIX” that was accepted. It will allow us to do some PhD students exchanges in the next months.


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