|Mike Bauer, Ph.D.
Michael Bauer joined NVIDIA Research in October of 2014 after finishing his PhD in computer science at Stanford University. As part of his thesis, he developed the Legion programming system for high performance supercomputing codes. Legion is currently deployed in several production applications running on the top supercomputers in the world. Michael was also the primary author of both the CudaDMA library and Singe DSL compiler, both of which were early examples of warp-specialized GPU programming.
|Research Interests: |
High Performance Runtime Systems, Performance Portable Programming Models for Supercomputing, Staged Meta-Programming, Resilient Distributed Systems, Warp-Specialized GPU Programming