Anton Lokhmotov


HiPEAC Member since March 2011.

Dr Lokhmotov has been working in the area of programming languages and tools for 15 years, both as a researcher and engineer, primarily focussing on productivity, efficiency and portability of programming techniques for heterogeneous systems. In 2015, Dr Lokhmotov founded dividiti to pursue his vision of efficient and reliable computing everywhere.

In 2010-2015, Dr Lokhmotov led development of GPU Compute programming technologies for the ARM Mali GPU series, including production (OpenCL, RenderScript) and research (EU-funded project CARP) compilers. He was actively involved in educating academic and professional developers, engaging with partners and customers, contributing to open-source projects and standardisation efforts. In 2008-2009, Dr Lokhmotov investigated heterogeneous programming as a research associate at Imperial College London.

Dr Lokhmotov received a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Cambridge in 2008, and an MSc in Applied Mathematics and Physics (summa cum laude) from the Moscow Institute for Physics and Technology in 2004.

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