Dr. Richard Vuduc
Office: (404) 385-3355
||Ph.D., Computer Science, University of California, Berkeley.
||B.S., with Honors, Computer Science, Cornell University.
||Diploma, Thomas Jefferson H.S. for Science and Technology, Alexandria, Virginia.
||Assistant Professor, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta.
|Nov ’04–Jul ’07
||Postdoctoral Scholar, Lawrence Livermore National Lab, California.
Custom optimizations and empirical tuning for ROSE, an open-source source-to-source compiler
for C and C++. Implemented JITTERBUG, a tool to aid MPI application debugging (best
paper at PADTAD/ISSTA 2006).
||Postdoctoral Scholar, University of California, Berkeley.
Completed the open-source implementation of OSKI, including an experimental distributed
memory implementation based on the PETSC framework.
|Jan ’98–Jan ’04
||Graduate Student Researcher; Post-doc, University of California, Berkeley.
Conducted basic research on performance modeling and automatic tuning of sparse matrix
kernels (4 best paper/presentation awards).
|Jun ’94–Jun ’97
||Research Intern, Institute for Defense Analyses, Virginia.
Developed simulations for basic science applications in superfluorescence in gamma-ray lasers,
thermal and magnetic techniques for mine-detection, and frost formation.