Milos Puzovic
Milos Puzovic leads the work of Future Technologies Group at the Hartree Centre. His main field of research is the optimisation of software for performance and power consumption through hardware, operating system, compiler and run-time system co-design. Milos's research focus also includes work on improving capabilities of full-system architectural simulation through very high-level abstractions without sacrificing accuracy.

Milos has completed his PhD at the University of Cambridge in 2013 on the subject of hardware and software co-design for dynamic multicore scheduling. He received his BSc in Joint Mathematics and Computer science from Imperial College London in 2005. He has also worked as software developer in finance and computer software industries and during his PhD studies he supervised undergraduate courses in operating systems, optimising compilers and comparative architectures.
Research Poster
AI/Machine Learning/Deep Learning
Computer Architecture
Energy consumption
Performance Analysis and Optimization
Performance Tools
Birds of a Feather
Energy consumption
HPC Centre Planning and Operations
System Software & Runtime Systems