Moderators needed for EuroLLVM Developers' meeting

Hello,

We’re in need of moderators to help moderate each session of the European LLVM developers’

meeting on 13th and 14th of April in London.

All you need to do is introduce the speaker, make sure the speaker stays on time, and

run Q&A at the end. It’s a pretty easy job, but critical for our meeting to run smoothly.

If you are interested in moderating, please send me your 2 top session choices.

Below are session options:

Session #1: April 13, 13:30 - 15:10, LG01

  • C Concurrency: Still Tricky, Francesco Zappa Nardelli

  • ThinLTO: A Fine Grained Demand Driven IPO Infrastructure, Teresa Johnson and Xinliang David Li

Session #2: April 13, 14:30 - 15:10, LG02

  • Supporting the new IBM z13 mainframe and its SIMD vector unit, Ulrich Weigand

Session #3: April 13, 15:40 - 17:00, LG01

  • Loop fusion amid complex control flow, Ramshankar Ramanarayanan and Dibyendu Das

  • Templight: A Clang Extension for Debugging and Profiling C++ Template Metaprograms, Zoltan Porkolab

Session #4: April 13, 15:40 - 17:00, LG02

  • T-EMU 2: The next Generation LLVM Based Micro-Processor Emulator, Mattias Holm

  • LLPE: High accurate partial evaluation for LLVM IR, Christopher Smowton

Session #5: April 14, 9:00 - 10:40, LG01

  • LLVM meets the truly alien: the Mill CPU architecture in a multi-target tool chain, Ivan Godard

  • A high-level implementation of software pipelining in LLVM, Roel Jordans and David Moloney

Session #6: April 14, 10:00 - 10:40, LG02

  • PSLP: Padded SLP Automatic Vectorization, Vasileios Porpodas, Alberto Magni and Timothy Jones

Session #7: April 14, 10:40 - 12:00, LG01

  • Lightning talks

Session #8: April 14, 13:00 - 14:20, LG01

  • Vectorization Of Control Flow Using New Masked Vector Intrinsics, Elena Demikhovsky

  • CoreCLR GC Support in LLVM-MSILC, Andrew Ayers

Session #9: April 14, 13:00 - 14:20, LG02

  • Why should I use LLDB?, Deepak Panickal and Ewan Crawford

  • Industrial Experiences with the Clang Static Analysis Toolset, Daniel Krupp, Gyorgy Orban, Gabor Horvath and Bence Babati

Session #10: April 14, 14:40 - 16:20, LG01

  • C++ on the web: ponies for developers without pwn’ing users, JF Bastien

  • An LLDB Developer Tutorial, Siva Chandra Reddy

Session #11: April 14, 14:40 - 16:20, LG02

  • Challenges of mixed-width vector code generation and static scheduling in LLVM (for VLIW Architectures), Erkan Diken, Pierre-Andre Saulais, Martin J. O’Riordan and David Moloney

  • Fortran Front-End for LLVM, Carlo Bertolli, Hal Finkel, John Leidel and Kevin O’Brien

Thank you!

Kristof (for the EuroLLVM 2015 team)