Accelerated Computing research group
Richard Schoonhoven

Richard Schoonhoven

Richard is currently a PhD candidate with the Centrum Wiskunde and Informatica, and the Leiden Institute of Advanced Computer Science. His work focuses on optimizing high-throughput imaging pipelines, both on the software side with gradient-based and blind optimization algorithms, and on the hardware side by tuning GPU kernels. He also works with researchers at the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility, Grenoble, France, and on the low-frequency array pipeline.

Benchmarking Optimization Algorithms for Auto-Tuning GPU Kernels

Transactions on Evolutionary Computation (TECV) has published our paper on Benchmarking Optimization Algorithms for Auto-Tuning GPU Kernels. This paper uses ...

Going Green: Optimizing GPUs for Energy Efficiency through Model-Steered Auto-Tuning

Supercomputing SC22 - I presented the paper that we wrote together with Ben van Werkhoven, Bram Veenboer and Joost Batenburg. The paper presents our latest ...