Jan G. Cornelis

Research - Projects - Coordinates - Biography - Miscellaneous

I am a research scientist at the ETRO Department of the Faculty of Engineering at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel.


My research interests include: In particular, I am looking at the use of anti-parallel patterns to guide the parallel performance analysis process. A number of relevant documents are listed next.

Anti-parallel Patterns

The results of our research around anti-parallel patterns will be centralized here.
The page is currently under construction.



A combined GPU/FPGA desktop system for accelerating image processing.


Jan G. Cornelis
Department of Electronics and Informatics
Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Pleinlaan 2, 1050 Brussels

Room: PL9.28 at Pleinlaan 9
email: jgcornel[at]etro[dot]vub[dot]ac[dot]be

Very Short Biography

I graduated as an industrial engineer at KIHO in 1993 and as a civil engineer at KU Leuven in 1996.

I received a master's degree in applied informatics at VUB in 2010.

Between 1997 and 2010 I have worked for Xpedite Systems Belgium and Spain, KPN Base and Atos Origin.

I joined ETRO in 2011.


I like to keep lists.