Where am I?
My name is Rémi Dulong, and I am a PhD Student in Neuchâtel, Switzerland. I am part of the Computer Science institute of the University, in the Complex Systems research group. On this website, you can find my publications, information about me, and eventually some ideas I would like to share in a blog (mostly about computer science).
What are you working on?
My field is Computer Science, and more precisely, how the Operating System is interacting with its hardware. My PhD is focused on a new emerging technology, called Non-Volatile Main Memory. In a nutshell, this type of memory looks like a RAM module, has comparable performances, but its content is not lost when your computer is turned off.
Who are you working with?
This work is supervised by :