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Galina Kozyreva received her Diploma degree in Computer Science from the Saint Petersburg State University of Aerospace and Instrumentation in 2015. Her major specialisation is automated information processing and control systems. Since then she has been working as software engineer in various roles. This included work on databases, security, reactive software, micro services and data mining.
In March 2021, she joined the chair as research assistant, where she works in the area of domain-specific languages and compilers, with focus on MLIR progressive lowering and advanced optimizations for parallel and emerging computing systems.
I see great potential in the use of new memory technologies. Currently, my main interest is to define novel programming abstractions by means of domain-specific languages and associated compiler infrastructures to enable optimising software for large-scale heterogeneous and distributed computing systems. And this leads to the long-term goal of creating abstractions that can be extended and reused.
In that regard, my main topics are roughly:
- data placement for systems that combine mainstream memories (SRAM and DRAM) with emerging memories (spin-torquetransfer-RAM, phase change memory and racetrack memories)
- advanced optimizations for parallel and emerging computing systems
- MLIR progressive lowering
- novel techniques to effectively exploit computation-in-memory and computation-near-memory
If you are interested in any of these topics and would like to participate in the research, do not hesitate to contact me.