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Sara Hamouda
I am a post-doctoral researcher at INRIA. I conducted my PhD studies at the Australian National University between 20114-2018. My thesis title is ‘Resilience in High-Level Parallel Programming Languages’, where I addressed issues related to performance and productivity of resilient runtime systems. In particular, I worked on enhancing the resilience support of the X10 language in collaboration with the X10 team at IBM T. J. Watson Research center. My PhD advisors are Josh Milthorpe, Steve Blackburn, and Peter Strazdins. Between 2007 and 2014, I was a teaching assistant in the Faculty of Computers and Information, at Cairo University. I obtained my masters degree in 2010 and my bachelor degree in 2006, both from Cairo University.
Research Paper
Programming Models & Languages
System Software & Runtime Systems