Datacloud India 2020
February 5-6, 2020
We are bringing the 2nd Datacloud India to Mumbai! The Edge workshop and one-day event provide deep content, outstanding networking and the opportunity to do deals that influence outcomes...
Professor Lindenstruth has been involved in the Design of HPC systems, Green-IT, multi-manycore development, and cloud computing. The Development of massively parallel processing systems, such as data acquisition systems and on-line trigger systems. VLSI Design. Specialties:Computer Architecture; Front to back microelectronics, including Full custom and VLSI design; embedded systems; real-time systems; massive parallel systems; Data acquisition, high performance signal processing; FPGAs, FPGA Coprocessors; HPC systems, multi/manycore programming, GPU programming; Middle ware and GRID Computing.
He he is currently Chair High Performance computer Architecture Goethe-University, Frankfurt am Main; Head of IT GSI Helmholtz Center for Heavy Ion Research, FAIR Computing Coordinator; Board of Directors, Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies and Chairman of the Board, Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies.
V. Lindenstruth, H. Stöcker Method and apparatus for 3D Green-IT DPMA, PCT patent app. 7.1.2010 WO 2010/000440A1
Volker Lindenstruth, Arne Wiebalck Method and apparatus for enabling high-reliability storage of distributed data on a plurality of independent storage devices, United States Patent 7386757, PCT
M. Beyer, A. Nesterov, I. Block, K. König, T. Felgenhauer, S. Fernandez, K. Leibe, G. Torralba, M. Hausmann, U. Trunk, V. Lindenstruth, F. R. Bischoff, V. Stadler, F. Breitling. Combinatorial synthesis of peptide arrays onto microchip. Science Vol. 318 21.12.2007
S. Gorbunov, U. Kebschull, I. Kisel, V. Lindenstruth, W.F.J. Müller. Simdized Kalman Filter based track fit running on cell processor. Computer Physics Communications (2007), doi:10.1016/j.cpc.2007.10.001
V. Lindenstruth for the ALICE TRD collaboration. An extreme processor for an extreme experiment. Published in IEEE Micro, March/April 2006, P 48-57