Guray Ozen

Guray Ozen

  Compiler Research at Google Brain

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Guray Ozen is compiler research engineer at Google Brain. He is working on MLIR compiler infrastructure. Before joining Google, he worked at NVIDIA as a compiler engineer in the NVIDIA HPC compilers (formerly PGI compilers) team. His research focus was on how the C, C++, Fortran languages, and OpenMP/OpenACC programming models should evolve to take advantage of the GPUs in the HPC area. He was the lead compiler engineer behind NERSC/NVIDIA OpenMP Contract project. He had made significant contributions to many production compilers such as clang, flang, and NVIDIA HPC compilers. Held the lead on the OpenMP Language Committee for NVIDIA. He was an active contributor to OpenACC. Before NVIDIA, he worked in the programming models team at Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC) while doing his Ph.D. at Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya – BarcelonaTech.

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