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I am an Assistant Professor in the School of Computer Science at the University of Oklahoma (OU). Before joining this amazing department I spent two years as an Assistant Scientist in the Computational Science Initiative at Brookhaven National Laboratory. Prior to that, I held a post-doctoral research position in the Computer Science Department of Rice University. I obtained my PhD at The Ohio State University.
I am looking for smart, motivated, independent and hard-working students to join my research group. If you are interested in working on challenging problems in HPC / parallel programming / programming languages / compilers, send me an email with the following, or stop by my office at DEH 230. If sending me an email please include:
My research leverages programming languages and compilers as vehicles to achieve high-performance on modern heterogeneous, emerging and complex architectures. To achieve this goal, I like to find synergies among these areas, the underlying architecture as well as domain and algorithmic knowledge. Recently, I have also taken interest in Quantum Computing (QC), where relevant circuit metrics such as circuit depth and size can be used to drive compiler optimizations:
The following is a non-comprehensive list of my recent publications. For a complete list please visit my Google Scholar or my DBLP entry.