Current

  • Elvin Rojas Ramírez, National University of Costa Rica
    Program: Doctor of Engineering, Costa Rica Institute of Technology
    Theis title: Parallel and Resilient Computational Infrastructure for Scientific and Engineering Simulations
     
  • Luis Campos Duarte, Costa Rica National High Technology Center
    Program: Master of Computing, Costa Rica Institute of Technology
    Thesis title: A Physically Based Ray Tracing Model for Photorealistic Image Rendering of Confined Plasma in Stellarators
     
  • Carlos Gamboa Venegas, Costa Rica National High Technology Center
    Program: Master of Computing, Costa Rica Institute of Technology
    Thesis title: Optimization of Traffic Simulation using GPS Navigation Records

Graduated

  1. Jose David Somarribas Escalante, Intel Costa Rica
    Program: Master of Computing, Costa Rica Institute of Technology
    Thesis title: A Model to Predict Power Consumption on  Clustered ARM A53 Embedded Systems
    Defense: November 2019, Cum Laude
     
  2. Diego Pérez Arroyo, Mobilize.NET Corporation
    Program: Master of Computing, Costa Rica Institute of Technology
    Co-advisor: Prof. Thomas Ropars, PhD, Université Grenoble Alpes, France
    Thesis title: Towards a Redundant Hyper-Threading Soft-error Detection Technique
    Defense: November 2018, Magna Cum Laude
     
  3. Carlos Gómez Víquez, RidgeRun
    Program: Master of Computing, Costa Rica Institute of Technology
    Co-advisor: Dr. Gabriel González, Hokkaido University, Japan
    Thesis title: Reconstruction of possible and impossible recombination events histories in the evolution of viral genomic sequences
    Defense: November 2018, Cum Laude
     
  4. David Sánchez Albán, Intel Costa Rica
    Program: Master of Computing, Costa Rica Institute of Technology
    Thesis title: Correlation of Workload and Reliability on Cloud Computing Systems
    Defense: November 2017
     
  5. Luis Diego Chavarría Ledezma, Intel Costa Rica
    Program: Master of Computing, Costa Rica Institute of Technology
    Thesis title: Parallelization of Plasma Physics Simulations on Massively Parallel Architectures
    Defense: March 2017, Magna Cum Laude