Ehsan Totoni

Ehsan is an entrepreneur, computer science researcher, and software engineer working on democratization of High Performance Computing (HPC) for data analytics/AI/ML. Ehsan received his PhD in computer science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, working on various aspects of HPC and Parallel Computing. He then worked as a research scientist at Intel Labs and Carnegie Mellon University, focusing on programming systems to address the gap between programmer productivity and computing performance.

Ehsan drives Bodo’s mission to democratize HPC for data science, with a belief that it should not remain the bastion of a select few experts. And, as Moore’s Law begins to slow, it is Ehsan’s vision to apply parallel computing principles to maintain computing’s evolution.


Bodo: Supercomputing-Like Performance and Scale for Python/Pandas

Thursday October 28 7:30 PM – Thursday October 28 8:00 PM in Talks I