Dr Michèle Weiland is a Project Manager at EPCC. She is the Project Coordinator for the EC Framework 7 funded project Adept (“Addressing Energy in Parallel Technologies” ), which focuses on modelling the power usage and the performance of parallel software on a wide range of hardware architectures. She also manages the Horizon 2020 FET-HPC project NEXTGenIO , which is dedicated to solving the I/O bottleneck in HPC by exploiting the novel 3D XPoint technology.
Michèle is the PI for a collaborative project with the UK Met Office, developing the next generation cloud model (called MONC), and the Co-I for a UK-funded “Software for the Future” project that will develop a new simulation and optimisation platform for marine technology. In the past, Michèle was a work package leader in the Exascale-focussed CRESTA project and she led the technical work in the EU FP7 funded project APOS-EU, which investigated optimisation techniques for scientific software on multi- and many-core architectures. Her research interests are in the fields of energy efficiency, software performance analysis and the exploitation of novel technologies.