This is a non-exhaustive list of people involved in the polyhedral community. Whoever feels to be part of this community is invited to contribute his personal profile.
Albert is an INRIA Senior Research Scientist Associate Professor at École Polytechnique. His interests cover serveral aspects of compilation and interactions between architectures and programming languages. The general direction is program analysis and optimisation for high-performance general-purpose processors or specialized and embedded architectures.
Arturo Gonzalez-Escribano received his MS and PhD degrees in Computer Science from the University of Valladolid, Spain, in 1996 and 2003, respectively. He is Associate Professor of Computer Science at the University of Valladolid, and his research interests include parallel and distributed computing, parallel programming models, and embedded computing. He is a Member of the IEEE Computer Society and Member of the ACM.
Christophe Alias is a research scientist (CR1) at Inria. His research interests include theoretical and practical aspects of polyhedral compilation. After a PhD thesis on polyhedral program synthesis, he worked on automatic parallelization, memory optimization and automated pipelining for high-level synthesis. Beside, he is the main developer of Dcc, a HLS specific polyhedral compiler suite, which is the cornerstone of the XtremLogic startup, that he has co-founded with Alexandru Plesco.
Riyadh is a PhD student working on automatic code optimization, GPGPU programming and accelerator code generation. He is doing his PhD as part of the CARP Project.
Sven Verdoolage an experienced postdoctoral researcher with strong focus on the development of important infrastructure components for polyhedral compilation. He is the author of isl.
Tobias is a PhD student working on vectorization for CPUs and accelerators with the goal of moving polyhedral tools into todays production compilers.