is a postdoctoral researcher in the Scalable Parallel Computing Laboratory (SPCL) at the Computer Science Department of ETH Zürich lead by Torsten Hoefler. He has received his doctoral degree from Universite Pierre et Marie Curie while working at INRIA and ENS Paris (France) under the supervision of Albert Cohen. His diploma was awarded from University of Passau (Germany) while working in the research group of Christian Lengauer.
Tobias' research is taking place at the border of low-level compilers and high-level program transformations with the goal of enabling complex - but high-beneficial - program transformations in a production compiler environment. Currently funded by the Swiss PASC initiative his main focus is the automatic compilation of HPC applications to heterogeneous compute clusters. In this context, single-thread data-locality optimizations, automatic accelerator code generation, (optimistic) static analyses, performance models, ... are of high interest.
Interests: Heterogeneous Computing, Compilation and Optimization, Polyhedral Modeling, Vectorization, Accelerators (GPU, FPGA, DSP), Automatic Parallelization
September 18, 2016
6 Month Internship on Compilation for Heterogeneous Systems
Position not available any more!
We are happy to announce a 6 month internship at the Scalable Parallel Computing Lab at ETH Zurich to work on compilation techniques for heterogeneous systems. The position is open from today and we are looking for an exceptional candidate to join our team.
We look for...
August 30, 2016
IMPACT 2017 - Call For Papers
Abstract deadline: 0ctober 21, 2016
IMPACT ist probably the venue to meet, discuss, and learn about polyhedral compilation. It traditionally attracts a large number of experts in polyhedral compilation,...
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