Cris Cecka is a Senior Research Scientist at NVIDIA Research and Adjunct Professor with Stanford University. His research focuses on computational mathematics, particularly for interdisciplinary applications in science and engineering. He emphasizes high performance computing, but has recently become interested in mathematical and computational abstractions to produce efficient, library-quality scientific software. Specifically, he is interested in integral equation methods, structured dense matrices, generalized N-body problems, and parallel algorithmic development. He has recently developed a fast multipole accelerated Fourier transform.
Birds of a Feather
HPC Accelerators
Heterogeneous Systems
Math Library Design
Parallel Algorithms
Performance Analysis and Optimization