[photograph of Manolis Katevenis]

Manolis G.H. Katevenis

Department of Computer Science, University of Crete;

Head, Computer Architecture and VLSI Systems (CARV) Laboratory, and
Deputy Director, Institute of Computer Science (ICS),
Foundation for Research & Technology - Hellas (FORTH), Heraklion, Crete, Greece.

Home Page: http://users.ics.forth.gr/~kateveni/
E-mail: kateveni papaki ics teleia forth teleia gr
Tel: +30 - 2811.39.16.64 (ICS office), +30 - 2810.39.35.64 (CSD office), Fax: +30 - 2811.39.16.61
Address (Postal and Courier): FORTH-ICS, 100 Plastira Ave, Vassilika Vouton, Heraklion, Crete, GR-70013 GREECE.
UoC-CSD Visiting Address and Office Hours: Room K329, Computer Science Building; Mondays and Wednesdays 12:10 - 13:15 (preferably, call or email before coming, for confirmation and appointment).
FORTH-ICS Visiting Address: Room C-149, Central Building (A), ICS, FORTH Campus (more local and travel info, from HiPEAC'11).

Areas of Interest:
- Computer Architecture: Scalable, Low-Power, Manycore / Multiprocessor / Warehouse-Scale System Architecture for High Performance Computing (HPC) and Big Data; Exascale Computing; RISC-V;
- Interprocessor Communication, Memory and Protection Architecture;
- Interconnection Network Architecture;
- VLSI Systems.

  • Member of Academia Europaea - The Academy of Europe (see also www.AE-Info.org for more information of general interest) HiPEAC NoE logo
  • Member of the Steering Committee of the European Network of Excellence (NoE) on High-Perfomance and Embedded Architecture and Compilation (HiPEAC)
  • Co-founder of the European Research Center on Computer Architecture (EuReCCA) – now evolved into EuroLab-4-HPC
  • Stelios Pichoridis Award for Outstanding Univesity Teaching – jointly with Charalampos Katerinopoulos – University of Crete, 2015: Lecture Slides [PDF] [and a TV conference at TV Creta]
  • Award by the Secretary General of the Region of Crete, 2003 – jointly with Stelios Orphanoudakis and Panos Constantopoulos – as the Principal Organizers of the Department of Computer Science, University of Crete.
  • ACM Doctoral Dissertation Award 1984 "For his dissertation Reduced Instruction Set Computer Architectures for VLSI." In 2015, the RISC Project was recognized as an IEEE Milestone.

  • Detailed Curriculum Vitae (HTML version of Dec. 2018) [or PDF version]; includes Biography and full lists of: publications, grants, conference organization, invited lectures, students, and courses
  • Brief Biography (2013) (or Greek version (2013)) (or very short version (2012)).
  • Older (March 2011) list of Publications by topic, with pointers to the corresponding project pages.

    Research Projects:



    © Copyright 1998-2016 Manolis Katevenis. Last updated: Feb. 2016 (partial update in 2018).