Per Stenstrom is a professor of computer engineering with a chair in computer architecture at Chalmers since 1995. Born in Trelleborg, Sweden. Received an MS degree in Electrical Engineering in 1981. As a systems engineer at Kockumation AB in 1981-83 developed voice-recognition and output systems for control applications and became a doctoral student in 1984 which led to a PhD thesis in computer engineering in 1990 from Lund University. Besides the teaching and research activitites in Lund as an assistant professor from 1988-1993 and associate professor since 1993, has been a visiting scientist at Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburgh 1987-88, a visiting professor at Stanford University in 1991 and at University of Southern California, Los Angeles in 1993.
Per Stenstrom has served on numerous program committees for conferences in computer architecture and parallel processing and is associate editor of Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing. He is a member of the IEEE, the Computer Society and the ACM.
Main Research Interests:
- parallel architectures, especially shared-memory multiprocessors
- microprocessor architecture
- performance evaluation techniques for computers
- code optimization techniques