SLE 2018
Sun 4 - Fri 9 November 2018 Boston, Massachusetts, United States
co-located with SPLASH 2018
Saman Amarasinghe

Registered user since Sun 26 Aug 2018

Name: Saman Amarasinghe

Bio: Prof. Saman Amarasinghe leads the Commit compiler research group in MIT’s Computer Science & Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL), which focuses on programming languages and compilers that maximize application performance on modern computing platforms. He is a world leader in the field of high-performance domain-specific languages. Prof. Amarasinghe’s group developed the Halide, TACO, Simit, StreamIt, StreamJIT, PetaBricks, MILK, Cimple, and GraphIt domain-specific languages and compilers, all of which combine language design and sophisticated compilation techniques to deliver unprecedented performance for targeted application domains such as image processing, stream computations, and graph analytics. Dr. Amarasinghe also pioneered the application of machine learning for compiler optimizations, from Meta optimization in 2003 to OpenTuner extendable autotuner today. With professor Anant Agarwal, he co-led the Raw architecture project, which did pioneering work on scalable multicores. Prof. Amarasinghe’s entrepreneurship activities include founding Determina, Inc. (acquired by VMWare) based on computer security research pioneered in his research group at MIT and co-founding Lanka Internet Services, Ltd., the first Internet Service Provider in Sri Lanka. Prof. Amarasinghe is also the faculty director of MIT Global Startup Labs, whose summer programs in 17 countries have helped to create more than 20 thriving startups. Prof. Amarasinghe developed the popular Performance Engineering of Software Systems (6.172) class with Professor Charles Leiserson. He also created individualized software project classes such as the Open Source Software Project Lab, the Open Source Entrepreneurship Lab, and the Bring Your Own Software Project Lab.

Country: United States

Affiliation: MIT

Personal website: http://people.csail.mit.edu/saman

Contributions

SLE 2018Author of GPCE Keynote: How to Make Sparse Fast within the SLE 2018-track
GPCE 2018Author of How to Make Sparse Fast within the GPCE 2018-track
SPLASH 2018Author of goSLP: Globally Optimized Superword Level Parallelism Framework within the OOPSLA-track
Author of GraphIt - A High-Performance Graph DSL within the Posters-track
Author of GraphIt - A High-Performance Graph DSL within the OOPSLA-track
Author of Unified Sparse Formats for Tensor Algebra Compilers within the Artifact Evaluation-track
Author of GraphIt - A High-Performance Graph DSL within the Artifact Evaluation-track
Author of Format Abstraction for Sparse Tensor Algebra Compilers within the OOPSLA-track
Author of goSLP: Globally Optimized Superword Level Parallelism Framework within the Artifact Evaluation-track
Author of Format Abstraction for Sparse Tensor Algebra Compilers within the Posters-track
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