Home * People * Matteo Frigo

Matteo Frigo,
an Italian computer scientist and programmer. Matteo received his Ph.D. in 1999 from the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His dissertation received the 1999 George M. Sprowls award for outstanding doctoral dissertations in computer science at MIT [1]. Matteo Frigo was member of the teams in developing Star Socrates [2] and the Cilkchess [3] computer chess programs.

In 2007 Matteo Frigo co-founded Cilk Arts, Inc., a start-up developing Cilk technology for multi-core computing applications, which was acquired by Intel in August 2009 [4] [5]. Prior to founding Cilk Arts, Matteo worked at Vanu, Inc. on SIMD Parallelism in FFT Subroutines [6].

Selected Publications

[7][8][9]

External Links


References

  1. ^ Awards for Cilk Technology & Research
  2. ^ 8th World Computer Chess Championship available as pdf reprint Courtesy of Monroe Newborn from The Computer History Museum
  3. ^ Matteo Frigo's ICGA Tournaments
  4. ^ Intel Acquires Cilk++ Technology, Dr. Dobb's, August 01, 2009
  5. ^ Intel Cilk Plus from Wikipedia
  6. ^ Automatic Extraction of Two-way SIMD Parallelism in FFT Subroutines (abstract)
  7. ^ SuperTech Paper Listing
  8. ^ Papers (co-)authored by Matteo Frigo
  9. ^ Cilk LESS papers sorted by date
  10. ^ FFTW from Wikipedia

What links here?


Up one level