Keith H. Randall


I am a former student of the Supercomputing Technologies Group, at the MIT Laboratory for Computer Science.

I am now a principal software engineer at Google.

I was a research scientist at Compaq's System Research Center (SRC) in Palo Alto.

My research explored a variety of high-performance computing topics. At MIT, these topics included parallel computing, routing, parallel graph algorithms, shared memory models, and Cilk, a parallel multithreaded language. At SRC, I worked on Java JVMs and compilers, and web graph compression.




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