Sepideh Maleki


I am a PhD student in the department of Computer Science at the University of Texas at Austin advised by Professor Keshav Pingali in the Intelligent Software Systems (ISS) Group.

Research Interest

My research interests are Electronic Design Automation (EDA), High-Performance Computing, Programming languages, and Compilers. Currently, I am working on developing tools to improve the quality of modern VLSI systems, and overcome chip design challenges.




Yi-Shan Lu, Samira Ataei, Jiayuan He, Wenmian Hua, Sepideh Maleki, Yihang Yang, Martin Burtscher, Keshav Pingali and Rajit Manohar. Parallel Tools for Asynchronous VLSI Systems. Workshop on Open-Source EDA Technology. Co-located with ICCAD 2018. WOSET'18

Sepideh Maleki and Martin Burtscher. Automatic Hierarchical Parallelization of Linear Recurrences. Proceedings of the 23rd ACM International Conference on Architectural Support for Programming Languages and Operating Systems, pp. 128-138. March 2018. ASPLOS'18

S.Maleki, Cuijiao Fu, Arun Banotra, Ziliang Zong. “Understanding the Impact of Object Oriented Programming and Design Patterns on Energy Efficiency”. October 2017. SiMS'17

S. Maleki, A. Yang, and M. Burtscher. “Higher-Order and Tuple-Based Massively-Parallel Prefix Sums.” ACM SIGPLAN Conference on Programming Language Design and Implementation. June 2016. PLDI'16.

S. Maleki. “A New High-Speed Prefix-Scan Algorithm for GPUs.” GPU Technology Conference. April 2016.