David Grove

Registered user since Mon 19 May 2014

Name: David Grove

Bio: I am a Research Staff Member in the Programming Technologies Department at the IBM T.J. Watson Research Center. I also manage the Parallel Languages, Applications, and Tools group. I joined IBM Research in 1998 after completing my PhD at the University of Washington.

My research is focused on developing and applying innovative compiler and runtime system technology with the end goal of enabling programmers to use high-level languages when constructing high performance software systems. I am interested in a wide variety of topics in programming language design and implementation including the analysis and optimization of object-oriented languages, virtual machine design and implementation, scalable runtime systems, Just-In-Time compilation, online feedback-directed optimization, and garbage collection.

Country: United States

Affiliation: IBM Research

Personal website: http://researcher.watson.ibm.com/researcher/view.php?person=us-groved

Research interests: Programming Languages, Virtual Machines, Parallel Programming

Contributions

ARRAY 2015Committee Member in Program Committee
Session Chair of Paper Session 4 (part of ARRAY)
X10 2015Author of Optimization of X10 Programs with ROSE Compiler Infrastructure within the X10-track
PLDI 2015Author of Opening and Welcome within the Research Papers-track
Session Chair of PLDI Chairs' Report and SIGPLAN Townhall Meeting (part of Research Papers)
Presenter of PLDI Chairs' Report within the Research Papers-track
General Chair in Organizing Committee
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