Maryam Mehri Dehvani
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Rutgers University
The emergence of stupendously large matrices in applications such as data mining and large-scale scientific simulations has rendered the classical software frameworks and numerical methods inadequate in many situations. In this talk, I will demonstrate how building domain-specific compilers and reformulating classical mathematical methods significantly improve the performance and scalability of large-scale applications on modern computing platforms.
Come support fellow colleague, Rina Wehbe (PhD Candidate, Computer Science) as she examines the effects of gamificiation and Games4Change on behaviour and motivation at the upcming GRADtalks event.