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MirandaNet Fellowship Profiles (MirandaNet Archive - as of March 2015)
My research interests include parallel computer architectures, systems, languages, and tools, multi- and many-core processor based systems and clusters with user-level communication, cache optimisation, and mapping of compute intensive applications to complex systems.
With digital technologies nowadays being present in all faculties at each university around the globe, the whole story started in technically oriented subjects which are somewhat close to computer science. The talk will tell the story of how digital technologies have been used in computer science and engineering since my high school days in the early 1980s and how they have affected the way we teach computer related matters. While these technologies can provide a lot of support, there is also a potential danger of being distracted from what students are supposed to know. Hence, I see my contribution to MirandaNet in drawing a line between when it does make sense to use digital technologies for teaching and when teachers are supposed to rather stick with traditional means of teaching, i.e. non digital ones.
When did the whole thing start? As early as 1945!
Vannevar Bush - As we may think (1945)
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