After the first successful LLVM developers/users meeting in Google Australia, we (together with Jingling and Dean) will hold our second Sydney LLVM meeting in UNSW, Australia. Here are the details:
Date Monday 5th of December 2016
Time 17:30 - 20:00
Location CSE Seminar Room (K17_113) (UNSW Map)
We hope to attract more developers and users from both industry and academia to promote their ongoing and/or established projects under LLVM compiler infrastructure. We’ll be doing a few presentations, including static and dynamic program analysis, code generation and software bug detection and have a social chat afterwards.
- Dean Michael Berris (Google), a function call tracing system
- Jeremy Lee (UNSW), TMR code generation for FPGA
- Trevor McDonell (UNSW), Type-safe code generation
- Ding Ye, Peng Di and Yulei Sui (UNSW), SVF and data race detection
We also have a few more slots for talks, so if you’re interested please RSVP and let me know what you’d like to talk about.
Thanks in advance and hope to see you at UNSW!