Efficient Computing Laboratory (ECL)
Department of Computer Science
I am a master's student and graduate research assistant at Texas State University advised by
Dr. Martin Burtscher.
I am interested in GPGPU, program parallelization, programming languages, and machine learning. I have a B.Sc. degree in Computer Science from Tarbiat Moallem University, Iran.
Generalizing Massively-Parallel Prefix Scans
Exploiting patterns in regular and irregular GPU codes
S. Maleki, A. Yang, and M. Burtscher. Higher-Order and Tuple-Based Massively-Parallel Prefix Sums. ACM SIGPLAN Conference on Programming Language Design and Implementation. June 2016. PLDI'16
A new high-speed prefix-scan algorithm for GPUs at GTC'16
Honors and Awards
CS Graduate Research Excellence Award (2016)
Outstanding Master's Student Award from College of Science and Engineering (2015-2016)
Computer Science Endowed Scholarship – Department of Computer Science at Texas State University (2015)
Graduate Research Excellence Award – Department of Computer Science at Texas State University (2015)
Guest Lecturing CS 3339: Computer Architecture
Programming Languages Colloquium at the University of Texas at Austin "Generalizing Massively-Parallel Prefix-Sum Computations to Multiple Dimensions and Higher Orders"