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Tim Mattson

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Name: Tim Mattson

Bio: Tim Mattson is a parallel programmer (Ph.D. Chemistry, UCSC, 1985). Tim has been with Intel since 1993 where he has worked with brilliant people on great projects such as: (1) the first TFLOP computer (ASCI Red), (2) the OpenMP API for shared memory programming, (3) the OpenCL programming language for heterogeneous platforms, (4) Intel’s first TFLOP chip (the 80 core research chip), and (5) Intel’s 48 core, SCC research processor. Tim has published extensively including the books Patterns for Parallel Programming (with B. Sanders and B. Massingill, Addison Wesley, 2004), An Introduction to Concurrency in Programming Languages (with M. Sottile and C. Rasmussen, CRC Press, 2009), and the OpenCL Programming Guide (with A Munshi, B. Gaster, J. Fung, and D. Ginsburg, Addison Wesley, 2011).

Country: United States

Affiliation: Intel, USA

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