Aaron Becker
PhD Students
at illinois.edu
Profile
I am a graduate student working for Professor Kale at the Parallel Programming Lab. I came to UIUC in 2004 and joined the PPL in the fall of 2005. In my free time, I enjoy hanging out with mannequins.
Research Areas
Papers
12-44
2012
[PhD Thesis]
Compiler Support for Productive Message-Driven Parallel Programming [Thesis 2012]
11-41
2011
[Paper]
Using Shared Arrays in Message-Driven Parallel Programs [ParCo 2011]
11-13
2011
[Paper]
Using Shared Arrays in Message-Driven Parallel Programs [HIPS 2011]
11-07
2011
[Paper]
Distributed Memory Load Balancing [Encyclopedia of Parallel Computing 2011]
09-30
2009
[Paper]
Patterns for Overlapping Communication and Computation [ParaPLoP 2009]
09-14
2009
[Paper]
PGAS in the Message-Driven Execution Model [APGAS 2009]
09-06
2009
[Paper]
Flexible Hardware Mapping for Finite Element Simulations on Hybrid CPU / GPU Clusters [SAAHPC 2009]
08-13
2008
[Paper]
A Case Study in Tightly Coupled Multi-paradigm Parallel Programming [LCPC 2008]
Talks/Posters
09-23
2009
[Talk]
Load Balancing Techniques for Asynchronous Spacetime Discontinuous Galerkin Methods [USNCCM 2009]
08-25
2008
[Talk]
A Case Study in Tightly-Coupled Multiparadigm Parallel Programming [LCPC 2008]