We are a group of programming languages enthusiasts located at the Princeton University and CERN. Our primary goal is research into foundational software tools helping scientists to program for speed, interoperability, interactivity, flexibility, and reproducibility.
Our current research focus is primarily in interpretative C/C++/CUDA, automatic differentiation tools, and C++ language interoperability with Python and D.
Interested in joining the development or to use our work? Join our compiler-research-announce google groups forum.
We are looking for and passionate undergrad and graduate students. Please visit our vacancies page.
16 August 2021
Clad 0.9 released
30 June 2021
Cling Transitions to LLVM's Clang-Repl
28 May 2021
Clad 0.8 released
5 May 2021
Cling 0.9 released
23 February 2021
Recording from February discussion on Calling C++ Libraries from D
19 February 2021
GSoC projects posted