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Martin Kong

Assistant Computational Scientist
Computational Science Initiative 
Brookhaven National Laboratory
(631) 344- 5862


Martin Kong currently holds an Assistant Computational Scientist position in the Computational Science Initiative (CSI) department at Brookhaven National Laboratory. Dr. Kong joined CSI in July 2017. He obtained the PhD in Computer Science at The Ohio State University, where he was advised by Prof. Louis-Noël Pouchet and Prof. Sadayappan. Following this, he held a post-doctoral appointment in Vivek Sarkar’s research group in the Computer Science Department at Rice University. His research interests lie in the broad area of High-Performance Computing (HPC), and span the themes of performance portability and user productivity. He seeks to exploit strong synergies among compilers, runtime/library layers and applications/algorithms. More specifically, he leverages polyhedral compiler frameworks to perform aggressive analyses and restructuring transformations to improve performance on computational and data-intensive applications. Some of his previous works proposed domain-specific languages for task-based distributed computing, automatic data-flow parallelization, codelet generation for SIMD-vectorization and data-race detection.



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