ACM_Citations
  • USA-2011

    For contributions to parallel computing.

Experience
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Bio
Guy E. Blelloch Professor Department of Computer Science Carnegie Mellon University.My research has largely been in the interaction of Algorithms and Programming Languages, much of it in the area of parallel computing. Some talks Cost Models based on the Lambda Calculus (INRIA, 2014) Big Data on Smallish Machines (Berkeley, 2013) Internally Deterministic Parallel Algorithms (WODET, 2013) Problem Based Benchmarks: and Their Role in Parallel Algorithms (ALENEX, 2012) Functional Parallel Algorithms (ICFP, 2010) Parallel Cache-Oblivious Algorithms (Max Planck Institute, 2010) Parallel Thinking (PPoPP 2009). Parallel Scheduling: Theory and Practice (IBM Watson, 2008).