Oded Green is a Senior Solutions Architect at NVIDIA where he works on a wide range of HPC problems, particularly high-performance data analytics. Before becoming a Solutions Architect, Oded was a Senior Graph Software Engineer and part of the NVIDIA RAPIDS team. Oded received his Ph.D. in Computational Sciences and Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech), where he focused on dynamic graph problems. Oded received both his MSc in electrical engineering and his BSc in computer engineering from Technion – Israel Institute of Technology. Oded has nearly twenty years of programming experience in C & C++ and ten years of experience with CUDA. Recently, Oded has been exploring scaling out and scaling up graph algorithms through the NVSHMEM framework.

Before joining NVIDIA, Oded was a research scientist at Georgia Tech, where he partook in several large-scale NSF and DARPA projects. Oded was a coPI for DARPA HIVE project where he worked on designing a first-of-its-kind graph processor (full end-to-end solution). Oded was the lead developer of the Hornet and cuSTINGER frameworks designed for static & dynamic graph algorithms on the GPU. Oded is currently an Associate Editor for the ACM Transaction on Parallel Computing (ToPC).
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