Paul Hovland

Research Interests and Projects

My research focuses on software engineering for high performance scientific applications; areas of interest include automatic differentiation, domain specific languages, and performance engineering.


I hold a BS in Computer Engineering and an MS in Computer Science from
Michigan State University, in East Lansing, MI. Here are some pictures of the beautiful MSU campus.

I received my PhD in Computer Science with a Computational Science & Engineering option at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in October 1997. My advisors were Christian Bischof (formerly of Argonne, now at TU Darmstadt) and Michael Heath (UIUC).


For a brief CV, click here. For more publications, see the MCS Publications page or my citation list at Google Scholar.

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