Skip to main content
Matthew Torok

Matthew Torok
Undergraduate Research Assistant, UC Berkeley


As part of UC Berkeley’s Parallel Computing Laboratory, Matthew researches methods for parallelizing the browser, GPU parallelization and programming languages. Along with Leo Meyerovich, he leads the Superconductor project, tackling big data visualization in the browser.

Matthew has been programming JavaScript since the days when it was necessary to detect whether the browser was Netscape or Internet Explorer, and still sometimes lets slip a ‘DHTML’ in casual conversation. Prior to Berkeley, he worked as a freelance web programmer.


East Lounge (Table A)
Leo Meyerovich (Graphistry), Matthew Torok (UC Berkeley)
* *Learn* more about Superconductor and massive visualizations on the web Read more.


For exhibition and sponsorship opportunities at Fluent conference, contact Sharon Cordesse at (707) 827-7065 or

Download the Fluent Sponsor/Exhibitor Prospectus

For information on trade opportunities with O'Reilly conferences contact Jaimey Walking Bear at mediapartners

View a complete list of Fluent 2013 contacts