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Karin Dahmen's presentation: “Ubiquitous Crackling: from Nanocrystal, to Neurons, to Earthquakes, to Stars" Video

12/10/2018 1:50:20 PM CPLC Staff

If you missed the Saturday Physics talk “Ubiquitous Crackling: from Nanocrystal, to Neurons, to Earthquakes, to Stars" by CPLC faculty Karin Dahmen, you can now watch it online!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1&v=DkTP-VBkias

2/3/2014

Wired (Feb. 3) --  Computer programmers often use tools that translate slower languages like Ruby and Python into faster languages like Java or C. But that faster code must also be translated — or compiled, in programmer lingo — into code that the machine can understand. Using LLVM, a compiler developed by a team of researchers at the U. of I. and enhanced by the likes of Apple and Google, California graduate student Stefan Karpinski and others are building a new language they hope will be suited to practically any task.