I am a PhD student in the Electrical and Computer Engineering department at The University of Texas at Austin, advised by Prof. Milos Gligoric. I am interested in High Performance Computing and Software Engineering. I completed my undergraduate degree in the ECE department at The American University of Beirut in 2019.
Programming and Execution Models for Parallel Bounded Exhaustive Testing
Nader Al Awar, Kush Jain, Christopher J. Rossbach, and Milos Gligoric
Conference on Object-Oriented Programming, Systems, Languages, and Applications
(OOPSLA 2021), to appear, October 17-22, 2021, Chicago, USA
Dynamic Generation of Python Bindings for HPC Kernels
Steven Zhu, Nader Al Awar, Mattan Erez, and Milos Gligoric
International Conference on Automated Software Engineering
(ASE 2021), to appear, Virtual, November 2021.
The Kokkos EcoSystem: Comprehensive Performance Portability For High Performance Computing
Christian Trott, Luc Berger-Vergiat, David Poliakoff, Sivasankaran Rajamanickam, Damien Lebrun-Grandie, Jonathan Madsen, Nader Al Awar, Milos Gligoric, Galen Shipman, and Geoff Womeldorff
Computing in Science and Engineering
(CISESI 2021), pages 1-9, November 2021.
A Performance Portability Framework for Python
Nader Al Awar, Steven Zhu, George Biros, and Milos Gligoric
International Conference on Supercomputing
(ICS ’21), June 14–17, 2021, Virtual Event, USA
(This paper was nominated for the Best Paper Award.)
How Effective are Existing Java API Specifications for Finding Bugs during Runtime Verification?
Owolabi Legunsen, Nader Al Awar, Xinyue Xu, Wajih Ul Hassan, Grigore Roşu, Darko Marinov
Automated Software Engineering Journal
(JASE 2019), 26(4): 795-837, December 2019