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Abid Malik

Senior Technology Engineer

Education

  • University of Waterloo, Canada. Department of Computer Science, Ph.D.
  • University of Engineering and Technology Lahore, Pakistan. B.Sc. Engineering.

Professional Appointments

  • Sr. Technology Engineer, Brookhaven National Laboratory, September 2016- Present
  • Post Doc Research Scientist, University of Houston, March 2012 – September 2016
  • Post Doc Research Scientist, Rice University, February 2011 – March 2012
  • Senior Research Scientist, Institute of High Performance Computing Singapore, September 2009 – February 2011
  • IBM Center for Advance Studies Research Fellow, Canada. September 2004 – July 2009

Selected Publications & Research Highlights

Md. Abdullah Shahneous Bari, Nicholas Chaimov, Abid M. Malik, Kevin A. Huck, Barbara Chapman, Allen Malony, and Osman Sarood: ARCS: Adaptive Runtime Configuration Selection for Power-Constrained OpenMP Applications. IEEE Cluster 2016.

Millad Ghane, Abid M. Malik, Barbara M. ChapmanAhmad Qawasmeh:
False Sharing Detection in OpenMP Applications Using OMPT API. IWOMP 2015: 102-114

Ahmad Qawasmeh, Abid M. Malik, Barbara M. ChapmanKevin A. HuckAllen D. Malony: Open Source Task Profiling by Extending the OpenMP Runtime API. IWOMP 2013: 186-199

Michael Chase, Abid M. Malik, Tyrel RussellR. Wayne OldfordPeter van Beek:
A computational study of heuristic and exact techniques for superblock instruction scheduling. J. Scheduling 15(6): 743-756 (2012)

Tyrel Russell, Abid M. Malik, Michael ChasePeter van Beek:
Learning Heuristics for the Superblock Instruction Scheduling Problem. IEEE Trans. Knowl. Data Eng. 21(10): 1489-1502 (2009)

Abid M. Malik, Michael ChaseTyrel RussellPeter van Beek:
An Application of Constraint Programming to Superblock Instruction Scheduling. CP 2008: 97-111

Brett StevensPaul BuskellPaule EcimovicCristian Ivanescu, Abid M. Malik, Anamaria SavuTzvetalin S. VassilevHelen VerrallBoting YangZhiduo Zhao:
Solution of an outstanding conjecture: the non-existence of universal cycles with k=n-2. Discrete Mathematics 258(1-3): 193-204 (2002)