National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow
Sandia Graduate Fellow
Office: ACES 2NEo3C
Mail: 1 University Station C0500, Austin, TX
B.S. in Computer Science, Turing Scholars honors
B.S. in Mathematics, Scientific Computing option
University of Texas at Austin (2007)
Areas of Interest
high performance computing, parallel computing, scientific computing, dense linear algebra, program synthesis
My research focuses on developing the new approach to software development called Design by Transformation (DxT). In short DxT codifies design knowledge in a software domain as transformations, for the purpose of program synthesis. For now I mostly focus on the domain of dense linear algebra.
Bryan Marker, Don Batory, and Robert van de Geijn. “Code Generation and Optimization of Distributed-Memory Dense Linear Algebra Kernels.” iWAPT 2013. Draft: http://www.cs.utexas.edu/users/flame/pubs/iWAPT13.pdf
Taylor L. Riché, Don Batory, Rui Gonćalves, Bryan Marker. "Architecture Design by Transformation". FLAME Working Note #54. The University of Texas at Austin, Department of Computer Science. Technical Report TR-10-39.Dec. 14, 2010.
Bryan Marker, Jack Poulson, Don Batory, and Robert van de Geijn. “Designed Linear Algebra Algorithms by Transformation: Mechanizing the Expert Developer.” iWAPT 2012. Draft: http://www.cs.utexas.edu/users/flame/pubs/iWAPT12.pdf