In this talk, I’ll review a number of traditional compiler research challenges that have (or will) become burning issues and will describe some new problems areas that were not considered in the past. For example language specifications are large complex technical documents that are difficult for non-experts to follow. Application programmers are often not willing to read these documents; can a compiler bridge the gap?
Dr. Rubin holds a PhD from the Courant Institute of NYU. Besides his work in compilers and architecture, he is well known for his work in GPU systems, compiler related parts of the tool chain, binary translators and dynamic optimizers.