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Leo Meyerovich

Leo Meyerovich
CEO, Graphistry


Leo Meyerovich researches system and language design at UC Berkeley and is the lead for the Superconductor big data visualization language. He specializes in parallel browsers, JavaScript security, and the social foundations of programming languages. Earlier, he was the head developer of the Flapjax language for functional reactive web programming, which led to various commercial and open source projects.


East Lounge (Table A)
Leo Meyerovich (Graphistry), Matthew Torok (UC Berkeley)
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Leo Meyerovich (Graphistry)
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Superconductor is a new browser language for building interactive visualizations of big data sets of up to one million nodes. It achieves this by automatically synthesizing parallel WebCL and WebGL code that runs on a GPU. This talk will discuss the future of data visualization, low-level parallel JavaScript extensions, and building an efficient yet usable framework that combines them. Read more.


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