Moderators needed for LLVM Developers' Meeting

All,

I’m needing volunteers to help moderate the sessions of the LLVM Developers’ Meeting. All you need to do is introduce the speaker, make sure the speaker stays on time, and run Q&A at the end (run a microphone, select people, etc). Its a pretty easy job, but critical for our meeting to run smoothly.

If you are interested in moderating, please send me your top 2 session choices. I will try very hard to give you your top pick.

Below are the session options.

Session #1: October 28, 10:00-12:15, Oak Fir Room
Alive: Provably Correct InstCombine Optimizations, David Menendez, Rutgers University
Supporting Precise Relocating Garbage Collection in LLVM, Philip Reames, Azul Systems
FTL: WebKit’s LLVM based JIT, Andrew Trick, Apple

Session #2: October 28, 10:00-12:15, Pine Room
LLVM Stable Releases, Tom Stellard, Advanced Micro Devices
Source Code Analysis for Security through LLVM, Lu Zhao, HP Fortify
Virtual Ghost: Using LLVM to Protect Applications from a Compromised Operating System, John Criswell, University of Rochester

Session #3: October 29, 9:45-10:45, Oak Fir Room
What does it take to get LLVM as performant as GCC, James Molloy, ARM
The LLVM Pass Manager, Part 2, Chandler Carruth, Google

Session #4: October 29, 9:45-10:45, Pine Room
Blowing up the Atomic Barrier, Robin Morisset, Google
Supporting Vector Programming on a Bi-Endian Processor Architecture, Bill Schmidt, IBM

Session #5: October 29, 11:15-12:45, Oak Fir Room
Intrinsics, Metadata and Attributes: Now, more than ever! , Hal Finkel, Argonne National Laboratory

Fuzzing Clang to Find ABI Bugs, David Majnemer, Google

Session #6: October 29, 11:15-12:45, Pine Room
Implementing Data Layout Optimizations in LLVM Framework, Prashantha NR, Compiler Tree Technologies
A closer look at ARM code quality, Tilmann Scheller, Samsung Electronics

Session #7: October 29, 2:00-3:30, Oak Fir Room
Implementation of global instruction scheduling in LLVM infrastructure, Sergei Larin, QuIC, Aditya Kumar, QuIC
Lightning Talks

Session #8: October 29, 2:00-3:30, Pine Room
Skip the FFI: Embedding Clang for C Interoperability, Jordan Rose, Apple, John McCall, Apple
Custom Hardware State-Machines and Datapaths: Using LLVM to Generate FPGA, Alan Baker, Altera Corporation

Session #9: October 29, 4:30-6:00, Oak Fir Room
Controlling Virtual Register Pressure in LLVM Middle-End, Ivan Baev, QuIC
Architecture Specific Code Generation and Function Multiversioning, Eric Christopher, Google

Session #10: October 29, 4:30-6:00, Pine Room

Indexing Large, Mixed-Language Codebases, Luke Zarko, Google
Frappé: Using Clang to Query and Visualize Large Codebases, Nathan Hawes, Oracle, Ben Barham, Oracle

Thank you!
-Tanya

I have adjusted the schedule slightly as I made a typo. This impacts the second day and the times/sessions, so here is the corrected moderator session list:

All,

I’m needing volunteers to help moderate the sessions of the LLVM Developers’ Meeting. All you need to do is introduce the speaker, make sure the speaker stays on time, and run Q&A at the end (run a microphone, select people, etc). Its a pretty easy job, but critical for our meeting to run smoothly.

If you are interested in moderating, please send me your top 2 session choices. I will try very hard to give you your top pick.

Below are the session options.

Session #1: October 28, 10:00-12:15, Oak Fir Room
Alive: Provably Correct InstCombine Optimizations, David Menendez, Rutgers University
Supporting Precise Relocating Garbage Collection in LLVM, Philip Reames, Azul Systems
FTL: WebKit’s LLVM based JIT, Andrew Trick, Apple

Session #2: October 28, 10:00-12:15, Pine Room
LLVM Stable Releases, Tom Stellard, Advanced Micro Devices
Source Code Analysis for Security through LLVM, Lu Zhao, HP Fortify
Virtual Ghost: Using LLVM to Protect Applications from a Compromised Operating System, John Criswell, University of Rochester

Session #3: October 29, 9:00-10:30, Oak Fir Room
Swift’s High-Level IR: A Case Study of Complementing LLVM IR with Language-Specific Optimization, John McCall, Apple, Joe Groff, Apple
What does it take to get LLVM as performant as GCC, James Molloy, ARM

Session #4: October 29, 9:45-10:30, Pine Room
Blowing up the Atomic Barrier, Robin Morisset, Google

Session #5: October 29, 11:00-1:15, Oak Fir Room
The LLVM Pass Manager, Part 2, Chandler Carruth, Google
Intrinsics, Metadata and Attributes: Now, more than ever! , Hal Finkel, Argonne National Laboratory

Fuzzing Clang to Find ABI Bugs, David Majnemer, Google

Session #6: October 29, 11:00-1:15, Pine Room
Supporting Vector Programming on a Bi-Endian Processor Architecture, Bill Schmidt, IBM
Implementing Data Layout Optimizations in LLVM Framework, Prashantha NR, Compiler Tree Technologies
A closer look at ARM code quality, Tilmann Scheller, Samsung Electronics

Session #7: October 29, 2:30-4:00, Oak Fir Room
Implementation of global instruction scheduling in LLVM infrastructure, Sergei Larin, QuIC, Aditya Kumar, QuIC
Lightning Talks

Session #8: October 29, 2:30-4:00, Pine Room
Skip the FFI: Embedding Clang for C Interoperability, Jordan Rose, Apple, John McCall, Apple
Custom Hardware State-Machines and Datapaths: Using LLVM to Generate FPGA, Alan Baker, Altera Corporation

Session #9: October 29, 5:00-6:30, Oak Fir Room
Controlling Virtual Register Pressure in LLVM Middle-End, Ivan Baev, QuIC
Architecture Specific Code Generation and Function Multiversioning, Eric Christopher, Google

Session #10: October 29, 5:00-6:30, Pine Room

Indexing Large, Mixed-Language Codebases, Luke Zarko, Google
Frappé: Using Clang to Query and Visualize Large Codebases, Nathan Hawes, Oracle, Ben Barham, Oracle

Thank you!
-Tanya

I am really grateful for you to share this information here. As I you have
shared all information of meeting rooms <https://eventup.com/> and venue
details here. So I will make sure to join one of these at least.