Compilers, Algorithms, and
Parallel Systems Research Group
Jim Canning, Director
A Call for Students
Compilers, Algorithms, and Parallel Systems Research Group (CAPS)
interested undergraduate and masters candidates to join. Students
should be interested in creating
a thesis. This would involve a year long interaction that would
culminate in three things: (1) a thesis, (2) a defense in front
of a small committee of faculty, and (3) a submission of an article
for publication in a referreed conference. Along the way, students may
be asked to read books, watch movies, make short presentations, write
small essays, answer Jim's trivia, and some other quirky things. If
this sounds interesting to you - please contact Jim Canning.
Current List of Students
Nat Tuck, A post qualifier, pre-proposal Ph.D
student. Nat is developing his Bacon Programming Environment.
1) Understanding, Implementing, and Evaluating the
first five NAS Parallel Benchmarks.
2) Implementing a Multi-Tape Turing Machine to
Perform Very Fast Integer Multiplication.
3) Stereovision Made Simple
4) I Really Do Understand Divide and Conquer, the
Greedy Method, and Dynamic Programming
5) Branch and Bound is for Me!
6) An Investigation into Pattern Matching
Algorithms: Naive, Knuth-Morris-Pratt, Boyer Moore, and Beyond
7) Implementing an Optimized Parallel Bitonic Sort
8) 2D and 3D Convex Hulls are Us!
9) Eigenvalues are Fun!
10) Multigrid or Bust
11) 1D, 2D, and 3D Fast Fourier Transforms: Sequential and
If you are interested in becoming a member of this group, please email
email@example.com and/or stop by Olsen 231.