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Emery Berger

University of Massachusetts Amherst
Amherst, Massachusetts
Emery Berger is a Professor of Computer Sciences at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, the flagship campus of the UMass system. Emery and his collaborators have built numerous widely adopted software systems including Hoard, a fast and scalable memory manager that accelerates multithreaded applications (on which the Mac OS X memory manager is based); DieHard/DieHarder, error-avoiding and secure memory managers that influenced Windows, Coz, a "causal profiler" that ships with modern Linux distros, and Scalene, a profiler for Python that has been downloaded over 700,000 times to date. He is also the developer and maintainer of CSrankings.org, which has had over 2.5 million visitors since its inception. His honors include an NSF CAREER Award, Most Influential Paper Awards at OOPSLA, at PLDI, and ASPLOS; five CACM Research Highlights, and Best Paper Awards at FAST, OOPSLA, and SOSP; he is an ACM Fellow. Emery served six years as an elected member of the SIGPLAN Executive Committee; a decade as Associate Editor of TOPLAS; he was Program Chair for PLDI 2016 and co-Program Chair for ASPLOS 2021.

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Thursday, September 19

15:50 MDT


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