Timothy M. Jones

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Name:Timothy M. Jones

Timothy Jones is a Reader at the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory, as well as Fellow at Gonville and Caius college. His research focuses on extracting the many different forms of parallelism from applications (e.g. thread-level, data-level, memory-level) to increase performance and address energy-efficiency and reliability challenges within compilers, binary translators and microarchitectures.

Country:United Kingdom
Affiliation:University of Cambridge, UK
Research interests:Compilers, computer architecture, binary modification, parallelisation, reliability, security


CGO 2023 Sponsor chair in Organizing Committee within the Main Conference-track
CGO 2022 Committee Member in Program Committee within the Main Conference-track
OCaml 2021 Author of From 2n+1 to n within the OCaml 2021-track
ISMM 2021 Author of Compendia: Reducing Virtual-Memory Costs via Selective Densification within the ISMM 2021-track
Committee Member in Program Committee within the ISMM 2021-track
Session Chair of Session 4: Compacting/Indexing/Transactioning & Closing (part of ISMM 2021)
CGO 2021 Author of Cinnamon: A Domain-Specific Language for Binary Profiling and Monitoring within the Main Conference-track
ISMM 2020 Author of Prefetching in Functional Languages within the ISMM 2020-track
CGO 2020
ICFP 2020 Author of Duplo: A Framework for OCaml Post-Link Optimisation within the ICFP Program-track
AORTA 2019 Speaker of Janus: automatic binary analysis, instrumentation and optimisation using rewrite rules within the AORTA 2019-track
Committee Member in Program Committee within the AORTA 2019-track
VEE 2019 Author of The Janus Triad: Exploiting Parallelism through Dynamic Binary Modification within the Research Papers-track