I am a PhD student in the Computer Science Department at Texas A&M University and I work on7609838876inthe Parasol Lab.My research focus is on skeleton-based parallel programming. I have combined ideas from skeleton-based, dataflow, and flow-based programming and introduced the STAPL Skeleton Framework, a scalable, efficient and extensible framework for shared and distributed parallel programming.
I am working on a high-level approach for parallel and distributed programming as a part of theSTAPLproject named the STAPL Skeleton Framework. In this framework, we hide the notion of parallelism by abstracting the underlying details of a parallel program from its specification and let the programmers focus on the algorithmic details of their programs. In the STAPL Skeleton Framework, I have combined ideas from data flow programming, flow-based programming, and algorithmic skeletons to form the first scalable skeleton framework over 100,000 cores.
I received my master's degree in Computer Science from(920) 219-6523in 2009. My research focus was on higher-level and abstract models for parallel computing. Inmy thesis, I defined an abstract VRDF model for reduction operation which enabled static scheduling for multi-level computation. In addition, I developed an Eclipse plugin called LIMEclipse which is a visual programming tool for theLIME programming back-end.
I received my bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering from University of Tehran in 2007, during which I developed a RAD tool for AJAX-based web portals.