Jeronimo Castrillon

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Name: Jeronimo Castrillon

Bio: Jeronimo Castrillon is a professor in the Department of Computer Science at the TU Dresden, where he is also affiliated with the Center for Advancing Electronics Dresden (CfAED). He is the head of the Chair for Compiler Construction, with research focus on methodologies, languages, tools and algorithms for programming complex computing systems. He received the Electronics Engineering degree from the Pontificia Bolivariana University in Colombia in 2004, the master degree from the ALaRI Institute in Switzerland in 2006 and the Ph.D. degree (Dr.-Ing.) with honors from the RWTH Aachen University in Germany in 2013. Since 2017, Prof. Castrillon is a member of the executive committee of the ACM ``Future of Computing Academy''.

Country: Germany

Affiliation: TU Dresden, Germany

Personal website: https://cfaed.tu-dresden.de/ccc-staff-castrillon

Research interests: parallel programming, heterogeneous multicores, domain-specific languages

Contributions

Haskell 2019Author of STCLang: State Thread Composition as a Foundation for Monadic Dataflow Parallelism within the Haskell 2019-track
MAPL 2019Author of A Case Study on Machine Learning for Synthesizing Benchmarks within the MAPL 2019-track
ARRAY 2019Author of TeIL: a type-safe imperative Tensor Intermediate Language within the ARRAY 2019-track
SLE 2019Author of Efficient Late Binding of Dynamic Function Compositions within the SLE 2019-track
LCTES 2019Committee Member in Program Committee within the LCTES 2019-track
Author of Optimizing Tensor Contractions for Embedded Devices with Racetrack Memory Scratch-Pads within the LCTES 2019-track
LCTES 2018Committee Member in Program Committee
GPCE 2018Author of Meta-programming for cross-domain tensor optimizations within the GPCE 2018-track
SPLASH 2018Author of Meta-programming for cross-domain tensor optimizations within the Posters-track
GPCE 2017Author of Towards Compositional and Generative Tensor Optimizations within the GPCE 2017-track
LASSY 2017Author of Analyzing State-of-the-Art Role-based Programming Languages within the LASSY 2017-track
Modularity 2016 Author of Fault Tolerance with Aspects: A Feasibility Study within the Research Results-track
DSLDI 2015Author of Towards a Next-Generation Parallel Particle-Mesh Language within the DSLDI-track