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Michael Kruse

Computer Science 2

Specialist for Loop Optimizations in LLVM


Michael graduated with a Master’s degree in computer science from the University of Paderborn (Germany) and a PhD from the University Paris-Sud 11. After a Post-Doc at the École Normale Supérieur, he currently works at Argonne National Laboratory.

His topics of research are optimizing compilers for high performance computing, such as Lattice QCD, especially loop optimizations. He contributes to the LLVM compiler infrastructure including Polly, LLVM’s polyhedral optimizer. Currently, he works on a compiler intermediate representation for loop optimizations, standardizing loop transformations in OpenMP and implementing them in Clang and Flang.