15 December 2015

We are proud to announce that Polly Labs won the HiPEAC Tech Transfer Award 2015.

The HiPEAC Tech Transfer Award has been awarded to Polly Labs for the continous development and deployment of the Polly Loop Optimizer and the isl Integer Set Library. Both software artifacts are not only widely used in research, but are today part of the Snapdragon LLVM Compiler for Android shipped by Qualcomm Inc. and are investigated by other Polly Labs industry partners.

This achievement was only possible due to the regular contributions of the growing Polly open source community. We want to thank especially Johannes Doerfert, who was a leading community contributor in 2015 as well as all the other contributers we got over time: Alexandre Isoard, Armin Groesslinger, Chris Jenneisch, Christian Bielert, Dmitry N. Mikushin, Jack Howarth, Karthik Senthil, Ajith Pandel, Lawrence Hu, Matthew Simpson, Peter Conn, Pratik Bhatu, Richard Membarth, Roal Jordans, Sam Novak, Star Tan, Yabin Hu, Adrian Prantl, Andreas Simbuerger, Andy Gibbs, Anton Korobeynikov, Benjamin Kramer, Bill Wendling, Chandler Carruth, Craig Topper, Daniel Dunbar, Daniel Jasper, Zino Benaissa, David Blaikie, David Peixotto, Duncan P. N. Exon Smith, Hongbin Zheng, Logan Chien, Matt Arsenault, Micah Villmow, NAKAMURA Takumi, Patrik Hägglund, Rafael Espindola, Raghesh Aloor, Roman Gareev, Saleem Abdulrasool, Sameer Sahasrabuddhe, Sebastian Pop, Sumanth Gundapaneni, Sunil Srivastava, Sylvestre Ledru, Tanya Lattner, Wei Mi and various others we would have very much deserved to be listed here.

As part of Polly Labs, Albert Cohen, Sven Verdoolage and Michael Kruse from the INRIA Parkas team as well as Torsten Hoefler and Tobias Grosser from the Scalable Parallel Computing Lab at ETH Zurich we are very happy to have received this award and would like to thank again ARM for their great support.