Arquitectura y Tecnología de Computadores (ATC) is a research group at the University of Cantabria. Its research focuses on the design, evaluation and application of today's computers, as well as those to come. Ensuring that computers carry out the tasks in a given program requires an adequate management of the billions of transistors that can be integrated in a chip. This complexity escalates in large computing systems where thousands of chips are interconnected.

Main Research Lines

Design and evaluation of memory and interconnection architectures for Systems-on-Chip (SoCs), servers, datacenters and supercomputers.

Application of graph theory to interconnection networks and other data transmission problems.

Architectural support for task oriented programming models.

Design and application of general purpose GPUs and other acceleration devices.