- Research Interests:
- Parallelizing Compilers, Program Analysis, Parallel and Distributed Computing.
- Current Address:
- Computational Sciences Division
- USC Information Sciences Institute
- 4676 Admiralty Way, Suite 1001
- Marina del Rey, CA 90292-6695
- Phone: (310) 822-1511 (x88246)
- Fax: (310) 823-6714
- Previous Addresses:
- University of California at Santa Barbara
- E-mail email@example.com
- Recent Research:
Commutativity Analysis: A New
Analysis Technique for Parallelizing Compilers
Synchronizations Transformations for Parallel
Dynamic Feedback: An Effective Technique for Adaptive Computing
- Current Research:
Data-Intensive Architectures and Processing-In-Memory Computing
Reconfigurable and Adaptive Computing
Pointer Analysis for Safety Analysis of Loops
- Current Projects:
DEFACTO - A Design Environment for Adaptive Computing
DIVA - A Data-IntensiVe Architecture
SLATE - Compiler-driven Design Space Exploration for Heterogeneous
PetaScale - Execution-Time Analysis for PetaScale Architectures.
- Current Students:
- Former Students:
Ivan J. Hom (Ph.D. in Electrical Enginnering, 2000)
Now at Fujitsu Labs.
Joonseok Park (Ph.D in Computer Science, June 2004)
Now with Inha University, College of Technology and Engineering, Incheon, Rep. of Korea.
Nastaran Baradaran (Ph.D. in Computer Science, May 2007) Now with Cisco Corp. in San Jose, Calif.
Jeremy Abramson (Ph.D in Computer Science, May 2013)
CSCI565 (Spring 98) - Compiler Design
CSCI599 (Fall 98) - Advanced Compiler Design: Compiler Analysis and Optimization for High-Performance Computing
CSCI565 (Spring 1999) - Compiler Design and Implementation
CSCI565 (Spring 2005 - 2006) - Compiler Design and Implementation
CSCI565 (Spring 2010 - 2016) - Compiler Design and Implementation
CSCI565 (Fall 2016) - Compiler Design and Implementation
CSCI595 (Fall 2010) - Advanced Compiler Design: Compiler Analyses and Optimizations for High-Performance Computing
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