I’m Chuyang Chen, an MSc student majoring in CS at NJU. I’m interested in the GSoC project “Integrate Enzyme into Rust to provide high-performance differentiation in Rust”. It just fits my interest. My research area is software engineering, and the problem I’m working on is relevant to compilation and programming language. I also have a plan to turn to the field of programming language when I apply for a Ph.D. program in the future. These days, I find auto-differentiation, as a sub-field of programming language, interesting, then I see this project. Moreover, I have started programming in Rust since last year. Now I’m using it to write a personal project, a JVM in Rust, through which I got good acquaintance with Rust. A small Rust crate I have contributed to is here, for reference. In terms of C++, I have 5 years of experience with it, since almost all of my course projects and programming homework, after I entered the university, require to be written in C++. I also have had 2 patches submitted to LLVM project, one committed and one under review. In summary, I think this project intriguing and myself qualified for it.
I have been working on this project these days and have contacted the mentor (Mr. William Moses). Now I’m getting myself familiar with the Enzyme project. I send this email to say hello to the community and also to check whether anyone else is working on the same project.
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