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Department of Computer Science and Technology

  • Associate Professor in Compiler Design

My interests are compilation, programming language design, and effective performance programming. However, I define these areas broadly. As a result, I ask questions such as:

  • How can compilers contribute to understanding climate change?
  • Can machine learning help us to automate compiler design and performance programming?
  • Can compilers revolutionize how hardware (ASICs, CPUs, ...) is designed?
  • Can formal verification increase confidence in self-driving cars?
  • How can performance programming become a smooth and interactive experience for developers?

Check out my research vision for details! In my research, I aim to:

  • address problems important to society,
  • advocate for diversity,
  • work with the open-source community,
  • show that well-being increases scientific performance.

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