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Current Research Areas and Interests
I like to combine techniques from mathematics, computer science, and engineering to attack difficult problems.
One longstanding interest of mine is what I call "program synthesis for performance." For functionality of mathematical nature we aim to automatically generate highest performance code from a high level mathematical description. In Spiral, we have built such a generator for the domain of linear transforms. The project combines techniques from mathematics, programming languages, symbolic computation, compilers, and machine learning (short overview). We are currently expanding this project in several directions:
Other current research directions
Current master theses
- Nikos Kyrtatas (with Daniele Spampinato): Generating Basic Linear Algebra Computations for Embedded Processors
Spring 2014: ETH
How to Write Fast Numerical Code (CS:
Pedro Aguiar (IST, Lisbon, Portugal), Franz Franchetti (CMU), James C. Hoe (CMU), Thomas Holenstein (ETH), Jelena Kovacevic (CMU), Andreas Krause (ETH), Peter Milder (CMU), José M. F. Moura (CMU), Martin Odersky (EPFL), Tiark Rompf (EPFL), Martin Rötteler (NEC Labs, Princeton), Phillip Stanley-Marbell, João Xavier (IST, Lisbon, Portugal)
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Dept. of Computer Science
ETH Zurich, CAB H69.3
8092 Zurich, Switzerland
phone: +41 44 632 7303
email: pueschel at inf.ethz.ch