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    Ramón Beivide (webpage) leads the Computer Architecture Group at the University of Cantabria, Spain. He earned a PhD degree in Computer Science from the University Polytechnic of Catalonia (UPC) in 1985. He has been an Associate Professor at UPC and at the University of the Basque Country. He has served as the first Dean of the Computer Science School at the University of Cantabria. His research interests are on parallel computers, interconnection networks and on some applications of graph theory. He has published more than 100 technical papers and participated in more than 30 research projects on these topics. Some of his research proposals are in use in commercial supercomputers. He has been the supervisor of 9 PhD students performing research around interconnection networks and related topics.

    Calvin Bulla received his BSc degree in Computer Science from Universidad Las Palmas de Gran Canaria in 2015. Now, he is enrolled in the Master's degree of Innovation and Research in Informatics at Universitat Polytècnica Catalunya (UPC) with a focus on High Performance Computing. His research interests lie in Computer Architecture, Runtime Systems, and Parallel Programming Models. He collaborates with the RoMoL team since September 2015.

    Damián Roca Marí received the BS degree from the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC), Spain. Now he is enrolled in MS degree at the same university. He is also a PhD candidate in the Computer Architecture Department at the UPC. His research interests include network-on-chip aware computer architectures, and the management of shared resources in chips multiprocessors. He collaborates with the RoMoL team since June 2013. 

    Cristobal Ortega received his bachelor's degree in Computer Science with a specialization in Computer Engineering from Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya (UPC) in 2014. Now, he is enrolled in the Master in Innovation and Research in Informatics with the specialization in High Perfomance Computing. His interests are computer architecture, parallel programming and operating systems. He started collaborating with the Romol team in September 2014.

    Enrique Vallejo (webpage) received the BS&MS degrees in Telecommunication Engineering from the University of Cantabria, Spain. He also obtained his PhD in the same University, in the Computer Architecture group, where he is currently a lecturer. He has been an intern at Microsoft Research and the Barcelona Supercomputing Center. His research interests span interconnection networks, task mapping mechanisms, and hardware support for parallel programming models and synchronization mechanisms. He started collaborating with the RoMoL project in June 2013.