Dr. Calin Cascaval is a Sr. Director in Qualcomm Research, and he is leading Qualcomm's strategy on power aware computing: high performance computing on a finite power and thermal budget. He leads the design and development of the Qualcomm Symphony System Manager (formerly known as Qualcomm MARE), a runtime system and programming model for heterogeneous computing. His team has developed on parallel libraries, e.g., Qualcomm Snapdragon Math Libraries, and parallel applications, such as the Zoomm parallel browser, and compiler technologies, such as the MCJS Javascript engine. Technologies developed in his group have become part Qualcomm's mobile offerings and made available to the community. Previously, he worked at the IBM TJ Watson Research Center on systems software, programming models, and compilers for large scale parallel systems projects, including Blue Gene and PERCS. Calin has a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He is a senior member of ACM and IEEE. Calin has more than 50 peer-reviewed publications and more than 20 awarded patents. Calin works extensively with academia. As part of his service activities, he is currently the Steering Committee chair for the ACM SIGPLAN PPoPP Symposium and Guest Editor for the 2015 IEEE Micro Special Issue on Mobile Systems. He is passionate about programming and making it easier to target concurrent systems.
2021年当选IEEE Fellow