Moderators needed for the 2019 LLVM Developers' Meeting

The 2019 LLVM Developers’ Meeting relies on volunteers to keep things running smoothly. Moderators are critical to this as they keep speakers on track and facilitate Q&A after the talk. I’m looking for community members who would be attending specific talks anyway, to volunteer to moderate the session.

If you are interested in volunteering, please respond to this email with your first and second choice session times. You will moderate all talks during that time slot and they will occur back to back in the same room. Moderators introduce the speaker, give the speaker warnings about time, and facilitate Q&A by running microphones. You must be registered to moderate a session.

Full schedule here:
https://llvmdevmtg2019.sched.com

Session #1: Tuesday, Oct 22, 10:20am-12:40pm (4 Technical talks)
** Could be split into 2 with 2 moderators. Let me know if preferred.
Room: GENERAL SESSION (LL20ABC)

  • arm64e: An ABI for Pointer Authentication

Ahmed Bougacha, John McCall

  • Code-Generation for the Arm M-profile Vector Extension

Sjoerd Meijer, Sam Parker

  • Ownership SSA and Semantic SIL

Michael Gottesman

  • An MLIR Dialect for High-Level Optimization of Fortran

Eric Schweitz

Session #2: Tuesday, Oct 22, 10:20am-12:40pm (2 Tutorials)
Room: BREAKOUT ROOM-2 (LL21CD)

  • An overview of LLVM

Eric Christopher, Sanjoy Das, Johannes Doerfert

  • An overview of Clang

Anastasia Stulova, Sven van Haastregt

Session #3, Tuesday, Oct 22, 2:00pm-4:20pm (Technical Talk and 2 Panels)
Room: GENERAL SESSION (LL20ABC)

  • Link Time Optimization For Swift

Jin Lin

  • Panel: Inter-procedural Optimization (IPO)

Teresa Johnson, Johannes Doerfert, Philip Reames, Chandler Carruth

  • The Loop Optimization Working Group

Hal Finkel, Kit Barton, Sjoerd Meijer, Michael Kruse, Philip Reames

Session #4, Tuesday, Oct 22, 2:00pm-4:20pm (4 Technical Talks)
Room: BREAKOUT ROOM-1 (LL21AB)

  • LLVM-Reduce for testcase reduction

Diego Treviño Ferrer

  • LLVM-Canon: Shooting for Clear Diffs

Michal Paszkowski

  • Porting by a 1000 Patches: Bringing Swift to Windows

Saleem Abdulrasool

  • Optimizing builds on Windows: some practical considerations

Alexandre Ganea

Session #5, Tuesday, Oct 22, 2:00pm-4:20pm (Technical Talk and 2 Panels)
Room: BREAKOUT ROOM-2 (LL21CD)

  • How to Contribute to LLVM

Kit Barton, Chris Bieneman

  • Writing an LLVM Pass: 101

Andrzej Warzyński

Session #6, Tuesday, Oct 22, 4:40pm-6:20pm (3 Technical Talks)
Room: GENERAL SESSION (LL20ABC)

  • Propeller: Profile Guided Large Scale Performance Enhancing Relinker

Sriraman Tallam

  • Hot Cold Splitting Optimization Pass In LLVM

Aditya Kumar

  • The Attributor: A Versatile Inter-procedural Fixpoint Iteration Framework

Johannes Doerfert

Session #7, Tuesday, Oct 22, 4:40pm-6:20pm (3 Technical Talks)
Room: BREAKOUT ROOM-1 (LL21AB)

  • Better C++ debugging using Clang Modules in LLDB

Raphael Isemann

  • Memoro: Scaling an LLVM-based Heap profiler

Thierry Treyer

  • Maturing an LLVM backend: Lessons learned from the RISC-V target

Alex Bradbury

Session #8, Tuesday, Oct 22, 4:40pm-6:20pm (Tutorial and BoF)
Room: BREAKOUT ROOM-2 (LL21CD)

  • Getting Started with the LLVM Testing Infrastructure

Brian Homerding, Michael Kruse

  • LLDB BoF

Jonas Devlieghere

Session #9, Wednesday, Oct 23, 9:00am-10:25am (Keynote and Technical Talk)
Room: GENERAL SESSION (LL20ABC)

  • Even Better C++ Performance and Productivity: Enhancing Clang to Support Just-in-Time Compilation of Templates

Hal Finkel

  • Address spaces in LLVM

Matt Arsenault

Session #10, Wednesday, Oct 23, 9:50am-10:25am (Technical Talk)
Room: BREAKOUT ROOM-1 (LL21AB)

  • LLVM Tutorials: How to write Beginner-Friendly, Inclusive Tutorials

Meike Baumgärtner, Dmitri Gribenko

Session #11, Wednesday, Oct 23, 10:45am-12:30pm (3 Technical Talks)
Room: GENERAL SESSION (LL20ABC)

  • The clang constexpr interpreter

Nandor Licker

  • From C++ for OpenCL to C++ for accelerator devices

Anastasia Stulova

  • Making UB hurt less: security mitigations through automatic variable initialization

JF Bastien

Session #12, Wednesday, Oct 23, 10:45am-12:30pm (1 Tutorial, 1 Technical Talk)
Room: BREAKOUT ROOM-1 (LL21AB)

  • Getting Started With LLVM: Basics

Jessica Paquette, Florian Hahn

  • The Penultimate Challange: Constructing bug reports in the Clang Static Analyzer

Kristóf Umann

Session #13, Wednesday, Oct 23, 10:45am-12:30pm (1 Tutorial, 1 Technical Talk)
Room: BREAKOUT ROOM-2 (LL21CD)

  • Developing the Clang Static Analyzer

Artem Dergachev

  • Souper-Charging Peepholes with Target Machine Info

Min-Yih Hsu

Session #14, Wednesday, Oct 23, 1:45pm-4:00pm (2 Tutorials)
Room: GENERAL SESSION (LL20ABC)

  • The Attributor: A Versatile Inter-procedural Fixpoint Iteration Framework

Johannes Doerfert

  • Writing Loop Optimizations in LLVM

Ettore, Hal Finkel, Johannes Doerfert, Michael Kruse, Kit Barton

Session #15, Wednesday, Oct 23, 1:45pm-4:00pm (2 Tutorials)
Room: BREAKOUT ROOM-1 (LL21AB)

  • ASTImporter: Merging Clang ASTs

Gábor Márton

  • My first clang warning

Meike Baumgärtner, Dmitri Gribenko

Session #16, Wednesday, Oct 23, 5:00pm-6:10pm (2 Technical Talks)
Room: GENERAL SESSION (LL20ABC)

  • Alive2: Verifying Existing Optimizations

Nuno Lopes

  • Using LLVM’s portable SIMD with Zig

Shawn Landden

Session #17, Wednesday, Oct 23, 5:00pm-6:10pm (2 Technical Talks)
Room: BREAKOUT ROOM-1 (LL21AB)

  • Loop-transformation #pragmas in the front-end

Michael Kruse

  • Transitioning the Networking Software Toolchain to Clang/LLVM

Ivan Baev, Bharathi Seshadri, Jeremy Stenglein

Session #18, Wednesday, Oct 23, 5:00pm-6:10pm (2 BoFs)
Room: BREAKOUT ROOM-2 (LL21CD)

  • Towards better code generator design and unification for a stack machine

Dmitrii Borisenkov

  • Debug Info BoF

Adrian Prantl

I am still in need of many moderators. If you can help at all, it would be very much appreciated!
Thanks -Tanya

Open slots:
Session #8, Tuesday, Oct 22, 4:40pm-6:20pm (Tutorial and BoF)

Room: BREAKOUT ROOM-2 (LL21CD)

  • Getting Started with the LLVM Testing Infrastructure

Brian Homerding, Michael Kruse

  • LLDB BoF

Jonas Devlieghere

Session #10, Wednesday, Oct 23, 9:50am-10:25am (Technical Talk)
Room: BREAKOUT ROOM-1 (LL21AB)

  • LLVM Tutorials: How to write Beginner-Friendly, Inclusive Tutorials

Meike Baumgärtner, Dmitri Gribenko

Session #12, Wednesday, Oct 23, 10:45am-12:30pm (1 Tutorial, 1 Technical Talk)
Room: BREAKOUT ROOM-1 (LL21AB)

  • Getting Started With LLVM: Basics

Jessica Paquette, Florian Hahn

  • The Penultimate Challange: Constructing bug reports in the Clang Static Analyzer

Kristóf Umann

Session #13, Wednesday, Oct 23, 10:45am-12:30pm (1 Tutorial, 1 Technical Talk)
Room: BREAKOUT ROOM-2 (LL21CD)

  • Developing the Clang Static Analyzer

Artem Dergachev

  • Souper-Charging Peepholes with Target Machine Info

Min-Yih Hsu

Session #14, Wednesday, Oct 23, 1:45pm-4:00pm (2 Tutorials)
Room: GENERAL SESSION (LL20ABC)

  • The Attributor: A Versatile Inter-procedural Fixpoint Iteration Framework

Johannes Doerfert

  • Writing Loop Optimizations in LLVM

Ettore, Hal Finkel, Johannes Doerfert, Michael Kruse, Kit Barton

Session #15, Wednesday, Oct 23, 1:45pm-4:00pm (2 Tutorials)
Room: BREAKOUT ROOM-1 (LL21AB)

  • ASTImporter: Merging Clang ASTs

Gábor Márton

  • My first clang warning

Meike Baumgärtner, Dmitri Gribenko

Session #16, Wednesday, Oct 23, 5:00pm-6:10pm (2 Technical Talks)
Room: GENERAL SESSION (LL20ABC)

  • Alive2: Verifying Existing Optimizations

Nuno Lopes

  • Using LLVM’s portable SIMD with Zig

Shawn Landden

Session #17, Wednesday, Oct 23, 5:00pm-6:10pm (2 Technical Talks)
Room: BREAKOUT ROOM-1 (LL21AB)

  • Loop-transformation #pragmas in the front-end

Michael Kruse

  • Transitioning the Networking Software Toolchain to Clang/LLVM

Ivan Baev, Bharathi Seshadri, Jeremy Stenglein

I just need one moderator for this session:

Session #15, Wednesday, Oct 23, 1:45pm-4:00pm (2 Tutorials)
Room: BREAKOUT ROOM-2 (LL21CD)

  • ASTImporter: Merging Clang ASTs

Gábor Márton

  • My first clang warning

Meike Baumgärtner, Dmitri Gribenko

Please let me know!

Thanks,
Tanya