dePaul Miller

I am a PhD student focusing on high-performance heterogenous and distributed systems at Lehigh University. My goal is to develop systems that efficiently utilize the CPU and GPU to to meet current system demands. I work with Roberto Palmeiri and the rest of the Scalable Systems and Software research group towards this goal.

Recent research interests of mine include GPU data structures, GPU synchronization, transactional systems, and hybrid transactional and analytical systems.

Over the course of my PhD, I have served as an artifact evaluator for PPoPP '22. I also have volunteered and helped with the SRDS, Eurosys, PaPoC, and SPAA conferences. Along with my studies, I have interned at NVIDIA as a Deep Learning Library Performance Software Engineer Intern. I have also spent time as a teaching assistant for the Database Systems course (CSE 241/341) with Professor's Korth and Palmieri.

I have a background in computer science and mathematics from my Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts respectively. I started my PhD in 2020.

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