Pablo Halpern has been writing software since 1978 is currently a software engineer at Intel Corporation as well as a long-time member of the ISO C++ Standards Committee. As the chairman of the Parallel Programming Models Working Group at Intel, he coordinated the efforts of teams working on Cilk Plus, TBB, OpenMP, and other parallelism languages, frameworks, and tools targeted to C++, C, and Fortran users. Pablo came to Intel from Cilk Arts, Inc., which was acquired by Intel in 2009. During his time at Cilk Arts, he co-authored the paper "Reducers and other Cilk++ Hyperobjects", which won best paper at the SPAA 2009 conference. His current work is focused on developing compiler technology for Intel's next-generation processors, promoting adoption of parallel and vector constructs into the C++ and C standards, and creating simpler and more powerful parallel programming languages, compilers, and tools for Intel's customers. He lives with his family in southern New Hampshire, USA. When not working on software, he enjoys studying the viola, skiing, snowboarding, and watching opera.
02. Februar 2017 - 12:00-12:45
KeyDo1 - Keynote