About Me

I am currently a doctoral researcher in department of Information Technology, at University of Turku (Turun yliopisto).
My research focus is "Run-time resource management of Many-Core Systems", at the Computer Systems Laboratory.
I am carrying out my research under supervison of Juha Plosila, Pasi Liljeberg, and Hannu Tenhunen.

Contact Me

Address:  ICT building,
            Joukahaisenkatu 3-5B
            Turku, Finland.
Phone: 00358 2 333 8694
Email: mofana@utu.fi

My Projects

NewsUpdated in: September 22, 2014

This autumn, I will act as lecturer at "Multiprocessor Architectures" course.


Our paper "SHiFA: System-Level Hierarchy in Run-Time Fault-Aware Management of Many-Core Systems," got accepted in 51st Design Automation Conference (DAC), 2014.


University of TurkuUpdated in: June 25, 2013

University of Turku is an active academic community of more than 25 000 students and staff members.The main campus is located in the city of Turku, on the Southwest coast of Finland. Our University hosts four national Centres of Excellence and several internationally distinguished research groups and units. Our seven faculties and 12 special units have research projects and educational development projects going on all over the world. Let's work together? read more...

Department of Information TechnologyUpdated in: June 25, 2013

The Department of Information Technology in the University of Turku was founded on January 1st, 2002. It is a coalition of three subjects: computer science, which was formerly a part of the Department of Mathematics, electronics and telecommunications technology, formerly a part of applied physics, and the Master of Science in Technology, Computer Science and Engineering training, which began in the University of Turku in 1999.


Graduate School in Electronics, Telecommunications and Automation, GETAUpdated in: June 25, 2013

The Graduate School in Electronics, Telecommunications and Automation is a post graduate programme offered jointly by five universities: the Aalto University School of Electrical Engineering, the Tampere University of Technology (TUT), the University of Oulu (UO), the University of Turku (UT) and University of Jyväskylä (UJy). In all about 20 participating departments have about 130 professors over 70 postdoctoral instructors and several docents (adjunct professors) from other universities. Part time professors from industry and foreign visiting professors also participate the activities of the school.


Computer Systems LabUpdated in: June 25, 2013

Computer Systems Laboratory focuses in its research on new parallel computing platforms and paradigms, and educates experts for design and engineering of contemporary and future embedded systems based on such platforms and paradigms. The field is wide covering the system design flow from specification to implementation, and therefore the laboratory personnel is a heterogeneous, international group of researchers.


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