New professors.

Our congratulations to the new professors in the ACSO department: Porfidio Hernández, Ana Cortés, Dolores Rexachs!

Dolores Rexachs and tribunal members.
Porfidio Hernàndez and tribunal members.
Ana Cortés and Tribunal members.

New PhD at HPC4EAS!




Betzabeth del Carmen León Otero. Gestión del Almacenamiento para Tolerancia a Fallos en Computación de Altas Prestaciones.


4YFN Participation.

Interesting opportunities at 4YFN for alliances and networking. Meeting with colleagues and finding new friends. And now… for #MWC24!

UAB Stand – Parc de Recerca.

8 new PhD candidates (2022/23)!

The research group has incorporated 8 new doctoral candidates (2022/2023):

  • Candelaria Álvarez
  • Gerard Enrique
  • Ramona Galeano
  • Antonio González
  • Moshen Hallaj
  • María Harita
  • José Rivas
  • Mariela Rodriguez


HPC4EAS is Research Group of the Generalitat de Catalunya with register number 2021 SGR 00128.

El grup “Computació d’Altes Prestacions per a Aplicacions Eficients i Simulació (High Performance Computing for Efficient Applications & Simulation)”, és Grup de Recerca de la Generalitat de Catalunya amb número d’expedient 2021 SGR 00128 coordinat pel Doctor Remo Suppi Boldrito, de la Universitat Autònoma De Barcelona.

The Universidad Nacional de La Plata has invest Dr. Rexachs as ‘Honoris Causa’ in an Academic Act with the university authorities.

The Universidad Nacional de La Plata has invest Dr. Rexachs as ‘Honoris Causa’ in an Academic Act with the university authorities.


June 22, 2017, 9:00. Virtual Session Computer Science Faculty. Universidad Nacional de La Plata.


Dr. Rexachs presented the conference “Failures: a challenge for computer architecture” at the inaugural session of the IX CLOUD COMPUTING, BIG DATA & EMERGING TOPICS CONFERENCE – 2021 (in Spanish)


Alvaro Wong & Remo Suppi  (in UAB team with 13 members from Engineering, Food Safety and  Journalism areas) win  CONTEST/EFSA/AMU/2020/01,

They will participate in the award ceremony that will take place on Friday 19 th March 2021. The ceremony will take place online where the team and solution will be presented. During the award ceremony, the final ranking among the top five solutions will be disclosed.

Alvaro Wong & Remo Suppi have participated (in UAB team with 13 members from Engineering, Food Safety and  Journalism areas) in the contest CONTEST/EFSA/AMU/2020/01, “Design of an Artificial Intelligence solution to detect fake news using EFSA’s body of scientific opinions to safeguard the credibility of information in EU about food and feed safety”


October 19, 2020 & January 26, 2021

Ph.D Dissertations (Virtual)

  • Elham Shojaei: October 19. 2020
    • Simulation for Investigating Impact of Dependent and Independent Factors on Emergency Department System Using High Performance Computing and Agent-based Modeling.
    • Advisor: Emilio Luque
  • Ghazal Tashakor: January 26, 2021
    • Scalable agent-based model simulation using distributed computing on system biology.
    • Advisor: Remo Suppi



March 18, 2020

Ph.D Dissertations at Facultad de Informática. Universidad NAcional de La Plata. Argentina. MArch 18, 2020.

  • Diego Montesanti
    • SEDAR: Detección y Recuperación Automática de Fallos Transitorios en SIstemas de Cómputo de ALtas Prestaciones.
    • Advisors: Armando De Giusti, Dolores Rexachs
    • CoAdvisors: Marcelo Naiouf, Emilio Luque.



XI edition of the CAPAP-H Winter Seminar, which will be held at School of Engineering, Campus Bellaterra, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, on Feb 6-7 2020. The subject of this year is Reconfigurable computing, FPGAs and unconventional accelerators



Prof. Luque: Keynote Speech at Simul19. Valencia. Spain.

Professor Luque, member of HPC4EAS has been Keynote Speech with What is Simulation of Health Services Providing? conference in the Opening Session at SIMUL 19 organized by IARIA.


Ph.D Dissertations at Auditorium of Engineering School. UAB. Campus Bellaterra. Spain. November 30, 2018.

  • Laura María Espínola Brítez

    • Efficient Communication Management in Cloud Environments.
    • Advisor: Daniel Franco Puntes
  • Jorge Luis Villamayor Leguizamón

    • Fault Tolerance Configuration and Management for HPC Applications using RADIC Architecture
    • Advisor: Daniel Franco Puntes



Participation of Professors Luque, Rexachs, Suppi, Balladini, Gaudiani, Tissera, Wong at Computer Science Faculty-UNLP doctorate courses program. Universidad Nacional de La Plata. Argentina. September 3-7, 2018. [+]

Doctorate Courses:


null Administración de Infraestructuras HPC (Cluster & Cloud) Dr. Remo Suppi*


null Análisis de Rendimiento de Aplicaciones Paralelas Dr. Javier Balladini* (UNCOMA)
Dr. Emmanuel Frati (UChilecito)


null Cloud Computing y Aplicaciones Sociales Dr. Emilio Luque*
Dr. Dolores Rexachs*
Dr. Alvaro Wong*
(UAB – España)
Dr. Adriana Gaudiani* (UNGS)
Dr. Cristian Tissera* (UNSL)

* Member of HPC4EAS



Conferences of Professors Luque & Rexachs at Universidad Católica del Maule. Talca. Chile. August 2018.

Conference (in Spanish):

Computación de altas prestaciones for undergraduate students. Professor Luque. 29 August 2018: 11:00 hrs. (Aula Magna):


Presentations (in Spanish) of Professors Emilio Luque and Dolores Rexachs for FONDEF Researchers about the following subjects:
– Optimization of algorithms under a multicore environment.
– Scalability Prediction of an algorithm in a multicore environment.



Monday, July 2 from 12:30am to 3:00pm,  Seminar B (QC/0015). School of Engineering.


Researcher: Dr. Hugo Mayer

Abstract: Nowadays, most industrial systems include Distributed Computing Systems (DCS) with many application processes that compete for the available resources in order to carry out their tasks. Their sub-systems are normally built separately and during integration the main objective is to guarantee that functional requirements are met. However, due to the complexity involved in systems integration, one of the big challenges in complex distributed systems is to make an efficient use of the available resources or reduce the cost paid to obtain the expected result. When designing and developing such complex systems, pure analytical or experimental techniques are not sufficient or very costly. For these reasons, system architecture modelling and simulation techniques are preferred, since they allow to easily perform design space exploration, what-if analysis and evaluation of Key Performance Indicators (KPI). Our current research focuses on addressing what we consider the three critical challenges in complex DCS: (a) System monitoring; (b) Modelling and simulation; and (c) Actuation and tuning. During this talk we will discuss the main challenges of modelling software processes and resource utilisation in photolithography machines produced by ASML and how such complex systems can be mimicked with high-level, trace-based simulation.  The main findings so far will be presented as well as the initial experimental results where we measure the accuracy of the proposed models considering different metrics. 

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