Moderators urgently needed for 2021 LLVM Dev Mtg

Hello all!

I’m seeking volunteers to moderate the upcoming 2021 LLVM Developers’ Meeting sessions.

What will you do? A moderator will attend a rehearsal during the week of November 8th, and also the session at its schedule slot (plus 10-15 minutes early). You will monitor the chat and Q&A section for any questions related to the session. If you want to go above and beyond, you can prepare your own question to get things started (sometimes it just takes one question), but this is not required.

Why Volunteer? It is a great way to give back to the LLVM community and also to get some speaker experience. You do not need to be an expert in the field or in the talk being given. You just need watch for questions and end the session on time. We will train you!

Please let me know if you can volunteer for any of the following sessions:

Session #1:
Student Technical Talks Q&A
Thu, Nov 18 11:45AM - 12:00 PM PST

Session #2:
Fri, Nov 19 10:45-11:15 AM PST
Optimizing code for scalable vector architectures.
Sander de Smalen

Session #3:
Fri, Nov 19 9:30-10:00 PST
Pre-Commit CI in LLVM: A Case Study of Libc++
Louis Dionne

Session #4:
Fri, Nov 19 10:45-11:25 PM PST
How to Use Enzyme to Automatically Differentiate Any LLVM-based Language for CPU, GPU, and More
William Moses and Valentin Churavy

Session #5:
Fri, Nov 19 11:45-12:15 PM PST
Asynchronous Functions in Swift
John McCall and Arnold Schwaighofer

Session #6:
Fri, Nov 19 12:05-12:45 PM PST
How to utilize LoopNest pass.
Whitney Tsang and Ettore Tiotto

Session #7:
Fri, Nov 19 12:45-1:30 PM PST
Introduction to the Flang Frontend
Kiran Chandramohan

Session #8:
Fri, Nov 19 12:15-12:45 PM PST
Handling inline assembly in Clang and LLVM
Min-Yih Hsu

Session #9:
Fri, Nov 19 12:45-1:15 PM PST
Optimizing OpenMP GPU Execution in LLVM
Johannes Doerfert and Giorgis Georgakoudis and Joseph Huber

Thanks,
Tanya

I have all the volunteers I need. Thank you!

-Tanya