Hein­rich Riebler has suc­cess­fully de­fen­ded his PhD thes­is on "Ef­fi­cient Par­al­lel Branch-and-Bound Search on FP­GAs Us­ing Work Steal­ing and In­stance-Spe­cif­ic Designs"

Begin: Tuesday, 12 of November 2019, 12:30 pm
Location: Warburger Str. 100, room O4.267

On November 12, 2019, Heinrich Riebler has successfully defended his PhD thesis on "Efficient Parallel Branch-and-Bound Search on FPGAs Using Work Stealing and Instance-Specific Designs".

Heinrich Riebler is team member of the SFB 901 subproject C2 and his supervisor is Prof. Dr. Christian Plessl. We sincerely congratulate Heinrich on passing the examination!

Dr. rer. nat. Heinrich Riebler