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Dr. Mats Brorsson

Mats Brorsson

Research scientist

Faculty or Centre Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust
Department SEDAN
Postal Address Université du Luxembourg
29, avenue JF Kennedy
L-1855 Luxembourg
Campus Office JFK Building, E02-207
Email
Telephone (+352) 46 66 44 9455
Fax (+352) 46 66 44 39455

Mats Brorsson received his PhD degree from the Lund University (Sweden), in 1995. He is a Professor of Computer Architecture at KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden, from which he is on a leave of absence. Since 2015 he has worked as software engineer in industrial companies based in Luxembourg. His research interests are in programming models, run-time systems, operating systems and the architecture of parallel computer systems, in particular multi- and manycore systems. Mats joined the Service and Data Management in Distributed Systems research group, SEDAN, headed by Dr. Habil. Radu State in 2019

Last updated on: Monday, 08 March 2021

Highlights in reverse date order:

  • Research scientist at University of Luxembourg, 2019-
  • Optimisation scientist at Satalia (www.satalia.com), 2017-2020
  • Senior software engineer at OLAmobile (www.olamobile.com), 2015-2017
  • Professor of Computer Architecture at KTH (www.kth.se), 2000- (on leave of absence since 2015)
  • Assistant/Associate professor at Lund University (www.lu.se), 1994-2000
  • PhD in Computer systems engineering, Lund university, 1994
  • PhD student at Lund University, 1985-1989, 1991-1994
  • Systems engineer, Telesoft AB, 1989-1991
  • MSc in Electrical Engineering, Lund university, 1985

 



Last updated on: 16 Apr 2021

Current projects

| ACE5G | MAELSTROM | SCRiPT |

ACE5G — Accelerated Cloud Edge in 5G

This is a project in cooperation with Luxembourgish Telecom and Cloud provider Proximus (www.proximus.lu).

Cloud computing has enabled elastic provisioning of computer resources and revolutionised the industry leading to basically zero cost investment needed for infrastructure of new IT-companies. Most resources provisioned this way comes from data centres with a vast array of quite similar compute offerings. With modern distributed client-facing applications, however, there is a need to move the resources closer to the clients, to the Edge. While this is possible today, it is a manual time-consuming and error prone process.

The ACE5G project will automate this process by developing a set of complementary services. We will develop a technology to allow software components to be executed on heterogeneous hardware (including accelerators) without being modified. We will also develop scheduling technology that can take performance constraints into account and run the software at the compute resources that make most sense taking not only performance into account but also power consumption.

MAELSTROM

This is a EuroHPC collaborative project in collaboration with six other partners across Europe.

To develop Europe’s computer architecture of the future, MAELSTROM will co-design bespoke compute system
designs for optimal application performance and energy efficiency, a software framework to optimise usability and
training efficiency for machine learning at scale, and large-scale machine learning applications for the domain of
weather and climate science.

The MAELSTROM compute system designs will benchmark the applications across a range of computing systems
regarding energy consumption, time-to-solution, numerical precision and solution accuracy. Customised compute
systems will be designed that are optimised for application needs to strengthen Europe’s high-performance computing
portfolio and to pull recent hardware developments, driven by general machine learning applications, toward needs of
weather and climate applications.

The MAELSTROM software framework will enable scientists to apply and compare machine learning tools and
libraries efficiently across a wide range of computer systems. A user interface will link application developers with
compute system designers, and automated benchmarking and error detection of machine learning solutions will be
performed during the development phase. Tools will be published as open source.

The MAELSTROM machine learning applications will cover all important components of the workflow of weather
and climate predictions including the processing of observations, the assimilation of observations to generate
initial and reference conditions, model simulations, as well as post-processing of model data and the development
of forecast products. For each application, benchmark datasets with up to 10 terabytes of data will be published
online for training and machine learning tool-developments at the scale of the fastest supercomputers in the world.
MAELSTROM machine learning solutions will serve as blueprint for a wide range of machine learning applications
on supercomputers in the future.

Our part of the project is mostly in working on benchmarks and on performance models of future computer systems for ML-augmented weather & climate modelling applications. 

SCRiPT — SME Credit Risk Platform

This is a project in cooperation with Yoba Smart Money (www.yoba.com) and funded by FNR.

The SCRiPT project aims to develop models and methodologies to assess the credit risk of small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) using data analytics, thus allowing Yoba to make credit decisions quicker and more efficiently and thus increasing the overall availability of credit to the underserved SME sector in Luxembourg and other European markets where Yoba will operate.

The ultimate goal is to increase the use of data-based credit scoring generally amongst SME lenders and potentially to increase the availability and use of business registers & credit rating agencies for this purpose.

The technology behind this platform will be fully supported by data and machine learning models will be utilised to: i) extract information from unstructured alternative data, ii) provide credit scoring, iii) make model drift analysis, and iv) make anomaly detection. Significant effort will be put on privacy aspects and explainable models.

Read more about it here



Last updated on: 21 Apr 2021

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Last updated on: 08 Mar 2021

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2019

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See detailKnow Your Enemies and Know Yourself in the Real-Time Bidding Function Optimisation
Du, Manxing; Cowen-Rivers, Alexander I.; Wen, Ying; Sakulwongtana, Phu; Wang, Jun; Brorsson, Mats Hakan; State, Radu

in Proceedings of the 19th IEEE International Conference on Data Mining Workshops (ICDMW 2019) (2019)

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See detailTime Series Modeling of Market Price in Real-Time Bidding
Du, Manxing; Hammerschmidt, Christian; Varisteas, Georgios; State, Radu; Brorsson, Mats Hakan; Zhang, Zhu

in 27th European Symposium on Artificial Neural Networks, Computational Intelligence and Machine Learning (2019, April)

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See detailRegression-based prediction for task-based program performance
Oz, Isil; Bhatti, Muhammad Khurram; Popov, Konstantin; Brorsson, Mats Hakan

in Journal of Circuits, Systems and Computers (2019), 28(04), 1950060

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