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Louis-Noel Pouchet

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Name: Louis-Noel Pouchet

Bio: Dr. Louis-Noel Pouchet is an Assistant Professor at Colorado State University. He is working on pattern-specific languages and compilers for scientific computing, and has designed numerous approaches using optimizing compilation to effectively map applications to CPUs, FPGAs and SoCs. His work spans a variety of domains, including compiler optimization, hardware synthesis, machine learning, programming languages, and distributed computing. His research is currently funded by the National Science Foundation, the Department of Energy, and Intel. Previously he has been a Visiting Assistant Professor (2012-2014) at the University of California Los Angeles, where he was a member of the NSF Center for Domain-Specific Computing, working on both software and hardware customization. He is the author of the PolyOpt and PoCC compilers, and of the PolyBench benchmarking suite.

Affiliation: Colorado State University

Research interests: Optimizing Compilers, Parallel and Distributed Systems, High Performance Computing

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WCIRE 2017Author of Opening Remarks within the WCIRE 2017-track
Moderator of Open Discussion: Building Infrastructure for Research and Education within the WCIRE 2017-track
Author of The ROSE Compiler Framework within the WCIRE 2017-track
Committee Member in Organizing Committee within the WCIRE 2017-track
PLDI 2017Financial Chair in Organizing Committee
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