Eric Schnarr
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Eric Schnarr
(schnarr@cs.wisc.edu)

I am a Ph.D. graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, now working for TomoTherapy, Inc. My research focused on applying programming language technology to improve micro-architecture simulation. My accomplishments include a simulator for out-of-order processors that is 10x faster than contemporary simulators, and a language and compiler for generating similarly optimized architecture simulators. Recently, for TomoTherapy, I have been developing parallel, cluster based software to plan radiation treatments on TomoTherapy hardware.

In my spare time I play hockey, play and run AD&D adventures, and ride a motorcycle. My wife -- Maggy -- has a horse, and I like riding him too.

Ph.D. Research

  • Fast Micro-Architecture Simulation -- FastSim
  • Architecture Description Languages -- SADL & Facile
 


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