Alexandre Eichenberger


Alexandre Eichenberger


Principal RSM, Compiler Optimization for Parallelism


IBM Research - Yorktown Heights Yorktown Heights, NY USA


Design and development of high-performance computing systems.

I work as a Principal Research Staff Member in the Z Research group at the IBM T.J. Watson Research Center. My research interests focus on the interaction between compiler technology and micro- architecture design.

My most recent works focus on accelerating Deep Neural Networks for CPUs as well as custom AI hardware accelerator such as the IBM Telum dedicated on-chip accelerator for AI inference. I am the lead of the Open-Source ONNX-MLIR project, which aims to lower ONNX neural net models in optimized code using the MLIR infrastructure as well as the LLVM optimizing backend. I am also on the ONNX steering committee representing IBM.

Prior works included work on OpenMP, GPU acceleration, multi-threading, and SIMD code generation.



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