Simone Campanoni

Tenure-track assistant professor
Department of Computer Science at Northwestern University

Simone Campanoni

Computer Science
Northwestern University


Funding Funding

We are grateful that our research is funded by

NSF
2022 - 2025 Yan Chen, Hai Zhou, Simone Campanoni
RINGS: Accelerating the NextG Protocols Definition to Code Generation with an Automatic and Secure Verification-Compilation Tool-Chain
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2021 - 2025 Peter Dinda, Nikos Hardavellas, Simone Campanoni, Umut Acar, Guy Blelloch
Collaborative Research: PPoSS: LARGE: Unifying Software and Hardware to Achieve Performant and Scalable Frictionless Parallelism in the Heterogeneous Future
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2021 - 2025 David I. August, Simone Campanoni
Collaborative Research: SHF: Medium: Collaborative Automatic Parallelization
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2021 - 2022 David I. August, Simone Campanoni
Collaborative Research: PPoSS: Planning: A Disciplined Approach to Scaling in the Post-Moore's Law Era
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2020 - 2022 Peter Dinda, Nikos Hardavellas, Simone Campanoni, Kyle C. Hale, Umut Acar
Collaborative Research: PPoSS: Planning: Unifying Software and Hardware to Achieve Performant and Scalable Zero-cost Parallelism in the Heterogeneous Future
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2019 - 2022 Simone Campanoni, Russell Joseph
SHF: Small: The Compiler-Architecture Solution to the Data Dependent, Circuit-Level Critical-Paths Variations
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2018 - 2022 Peter Dinda, Kyle C. Hale, Nikos Hardavellas, Simone Campanoni
CSR: Medium: Interweaving the Parallel Software/Hardware Stack
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DOE
2021 - 2024 David I. August, Simone Campanoni, Michael Kruse
X-CELLENT: X-Compiler Extending LLVM for Enhanced Natural Translation
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ARM
2020 - 2021 Simone Campanoni
Modern Parallelizing Compilers
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NU
2015 - 2022 Simone Campanoni
Initial funding to start our research
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