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About

Ana Clara Mativi de Souza

I'm a graduate student currently pursuing a masters degree Microelectronics at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS). My research is currently focused on approximate memories for error-tolerant applications. More info about my research can be found in the Lattes platform.
I graduated in Computer Engineering at UFRGS in 2019, with the final paper titled "Evaluation of Approximate Memories using Bit Dropping in Motion Estimation for Video Coding". In 2019 I was selected as a recipient of the Young Student Fellow Award at DAC.
I'm also involved in FOSS, working mostly on Fedora Project, as an ambassador and translator. If you'd like to know more about my work in FOSS, check out my blog on GitHub.

Habilities

Languages

  • Portuguese (native)
  • English (advanced) - TOEFL ITP Score (2014): 617/677
  • German (A2)
  • Japanese (A1)

Programming

  • C/C++
  • Python
  • Javascript
  • Java

Complementary

  • LaTeX
  • CUDA
  • OpenMP

Publications

    2015
  • Salão de Iniciação Científica UFRGS
    Perfilamento, Análise e Otimização de Hierarquias de Memória para a Codificação de Vídeo de Alta Eficiência - HEVC: Abstract | Poster
  • CASS-RS Workshop
    Profile and Analysis of Memory Hierarchies for High Efficiency Video Coding - HEVC: Poster

  • 2016
  • IEEE Latin American Symposium on Circuits and Systems
    Memory Access Profiling for HEVC Encoders: Paper
  • South Symposium on Microelectronics
    Cache-Aware Profiling for HEVC Encoders: Paper
  • Salão de Iniciação Científica UFRGS
    Perfilamento Cache-Aware para Codificadores de Vídeo HEVC: Abstract | Poster

  • 2017
  • Work on DRAMSys at the University of Kaiserslautern - Germany.

  • 2018
  • Salão de Iniciação Científica UFRGS
    Exploration of Approximate Memory Architectures in HEVC: Abstract | Poster
  • CASS-RS Workshop
    Exploring Approximate Memories in High Efficiency Video Coding: Poster

  • 2019
  • South Symposium on Microelectronics
    A Survey on Approximate Memory Techniques for Error-Tolerant Applications: Paper
  • Richard Newton Young Fellow at DAC
    Evaluation of Approximate Memories in High Efficiency Video Coding: Poster
  • IEEE International New Circuits and Systems Conference (NEWCAS)
    Energy Savings with Non-Volatile Memory System for High Definition Video Encoders: Paper
  • Salão de Iniciação Científica UFRGS
    Exploration of Approximate Memory Architectures in HEVC: Abstract | Poster