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Name: David Grove
Bio: I am a Principal Research Staff Member in the Programming Technologies Department at the IBM T.J. Watson Research Center. I joined IBM Research in 1998 after completing my PhD at the University of Washington.
I am interested in a wide variety of topics in programming language design and implementation including the analysis and optimization of object-oriented languages, virtual machine design and implementation, scalable runtime systems, Just-In-Time compilation, online feedback-directed optimization, and garbage collection. Much of my research is ultimately motivated by a desire to enable programmers to use high-level languages to construct high performance software systems.
Country: United States
Affiliation: IBM Research
Personal website: http://researcher.watson.ibm.com/researcher/view.php?person=us-groved
Research interests: Programming Languages, Virtual Machines, Parallel Programming
SPLASH 2017 Activities
- Author of Dynamic Atomicity: Optimizing Swift memory management within the DLS 2017-track in DLS 2017
- Author of Panel - The future of language runtimes within the VMIL 2017-track in VMIL 2017
- Author of Dynamic Atomicity: Optimizing Swift Memory Management within the Posters-track in SPLASH 2017
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