Rajiv Gupta Ph.D.
Distinguished Professor, Computer Science & Engineering
Ph.D. Computer Science, University of Pittsburgh, 1987
High-Performance Computing, Graphics, Programming Languages and Software Engineering
Rajiv Gupta is a Distinguished Professor of Computer Science and Engineering at UC Riverside. His research interests include: Programming, Compiler, Runtime & Architectural Support for Parallel & Distributed Heterogeneous Systems; and Software Tools for Monitoring and Managing Runtime Behavior. He has coauthored 285 papers and is a coinventor of 9 US patents. His H-index is 54. Rajiv has supervised PhD dissertations of 28 students including two winners of the ACM SIGPLAN Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award in Programming Languages: Xiangyu Zhang,Purdue Univ. and Rastislav Bodik, Univ. of Washington. Five of his advisees are recipients of the prestigious NSF CAREER Award. Papers coauthored by Rajiv with his students have been selected for: inclusion in 20 Years of PLDI (1979-1999), a best paper award in PACT 2010,best student paper award in LCPC 2015, a distinguished paper award in ICSE 2003, the most original paper award in ICPP 2003, and outstanding paper award in ICECCS 1996. He received the UCR Doctoral Dissertation Advisor/Mentor Award (2012).
Rajiv served on the Technical Advisory Group (TAG) on Networking and Information Technology created by the US President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST) during its review of the Federal NITRD Program (2006-2007). He served as the Conference Chair for FCRC 2015; General Chair for ASPLOS'11 and PLDI'08 conferences; and Co-General Chair for CGO'05 conference. He also served as the Program Chair for PLDI'03, HPCA'03, LCTES'05, and CC'10 conferences; Program Co-Chair for HiPEAC'08 conference; andProgram Vice-Chair for HiPC'03 conference. Rajiv has served on program committees of major conferences in PL/Compilers & Computer Architecture including PLDI, POPL, PPoPP, CGO, ISCA, MICRO, HPCA, ICS, PACT & HiPEAC. He serves as an Associate Editor for ACM TACO, PARCO, and Computer Languages, Systems and Structures journals.
Rajiv Gupta's research interests include Compilers and Architectures for high-Performance Systems; Software Tools for Monitoring and Managing Runtime Behavior.
AwardsACM Fellow, 2009
IEEE Fellow, 2008
AAAS Fellow, 2011
NSF's Presidential Young Investigator Award, 1991