Purpose Our purpose is to establish a dynamic and collaborative hub, bringing together researchers, practitioners, and educators united by their enthusiasm for foundational software tools.

Mission We strive to create a vibrant community that not only facilitates the exchange of ideas but also champions interdisciplinary research. Our ultimate goal is to inspire the next generation of compiler engineers and researchers, contributing to the continuous evolution of these fields.

Vision We envision a world where individuals can leverage efficient, data-driven solutions to address complex problems in a scalable and reproducible manner. Our focus on providing advanced scientific infrastructure aims to push the boundaries of data analysis, benefiting both scientific and industrial contexts. Through collaboration, we seek to engage researchers across various domains, envisioning a future where data-driven solutions play a pivotal role in addressing global challenges.

We believe in the power of collaboration and knowledge-sharing. Compiler-research.org provides a platform where researchers from Princeton University and CERN, as well as contributors from around the world, can come together to exchange ideas, share insights, and engage in interdisciplinary collaborations.

By focusing on interpretative C/C++/CUDA, automatic differentiation tools, and C++ language interoperability with Python, our goal is to revolutionize scientific software development and contribute to the evolution of programming languages.

If you are interested in our work, you can join our compiler-research-announce Google Groups forum or follow us on LinkedIn.