Norm Rubin has many years of experience delivering commercial compilers for processors, and is a recognized expert in the field. He was the architect and lead implementer for the widely used AMD graphics compute GPU compiler. Norm was part of the AMD architecture team that designed GCN (Graphics core next). For the last several years, he has been at NVIDIA Research where he is working in algorithms and future programming models. Lately, Norm has been building specialized dsl compilers for machine learning. Norm is a visiting scholar at Northeastern University.
Dr. Rubin holds a PhD from the Courant Institute of NYU. Besides his work in compilers and architecture, he is well known for his work in GPU systems, compiler related parts of the tool chain, binary translators and dynamic optimizers.