Mountain View, CA
Senior Director, Software Engineering
Director of Android CoreOS including Frameworks, Media,
Updatability, Programming Languages, and Android Go.
Senior Director, Software Engineering
Director, Software Engineering
Senior Staff Software Engineer
Staff Software Engineer
Staff Software Engineer
MTS - Staff Software Engineer
Bootstrapping profile-guided compilation and verification
Matthew E. Kulick, Brian D. Carlstrom, David Sehr
Stanford Computer Systems Laboratory
Member of the Transactional Coherence and Consistency project
researching hardware supported transactional memory models. Research
focused on parallel programming with transactional memory. Built upon IBM's Jikes
Research Virtual Machine to evaluate programming models, benchmarks, and
new programming language features. Significant C++ development on our
architecture simulator, including moving from PowerPC-only to include
support for x86.
Selected Publications (See also
Transactional Collection Classes
Brian D. Carlstrom, Austen McDonald, Michael Carbin, Christos Kozyrakis, and Kunle Olukotun
ACM SIGPLAN 2007 Conference on Principles and Practice of Parallel Computing,
San Jose, California,
Executing Java programs with transactional memory
Brian D. Carlstrom, JaeWoong Chung, Hassan Chafi, Austen McDonald, Chi Cao Minh, Lance Hammond, Christos Kozyrakis, and Kunle Olukotun
Science of Computer Programming, Volume 63, Issue 2, 1 December 2006, Pages 111-129.
The Atomos Transactional Programming Language
Brian D. Carlstrom, Austen McDonald, Hassan Chafi, JaeWoong Chung, Chi Cao Minh, Christos Kozyrakis, Kunle Olukotun
ACM SIGPLAN 2006 Conference on Programming Language Design and Implementation,
June 12, 2006.
Transactional Memory Coherence and Consistency
Lance Hammond, Vicky Wong, Mike Chen, Ben Hertzberg, Brian D. Carlstrom, John D. Davis, Manohar K. Prabhu, Honggo Wijaya, Christos Kozyrakis, Kunle Olukotun
Proceedings of the 31st Annual International Symposium on Computer Architecture,
19-23 June 2004.
2019 winner of the ACM SIGARCH/IEEE-CS TCCA Influential ISCA Paper Award, recognizing the paper from the ISCA Proceedings 15 years earlier that has had the most impact on the field during the intervening years.
Winter 2007 and Winter 2008
CS315a Parallel Architecture and Programming
Part-time advisory role during my time as a Stanford graduate student.
Buyer and Platform Technical Architect
As architect for Buyer 8.0 release was involved in content definition,
planning, feature design reviews, and operational execution. Evolved
development process through component ownership practices. Consulted on
refactoring to create application platform, the core of new Ariba products.
Drove code cleanliness projects to remove JDK 1.1 limitations and
supportability issues. Worked with legal, documentation, and engineering
on many third party licensing issues. Drove technical leader review
process, identifying future candidates, and worked with managers on the
candidate's career development.
Server Technical Lead
Led Buyer 7.0 Server team projects which involved design reviews,
schedule tracking, and issue resolution. Delivered refactoring of server
technologies such as object-relational mapping, RPC, and utility
libraries for use by other products. Ariba Analysis was built from
scratch on this platform and existing applications have begun adoption.
Converted from RSA to Entrust crytography to reduce cost of goods sold,
at the same time enhancing our security API. Created first unit test
infrastructure and unit tests, now integrated with JUnit. Created 8.0
requirements and initial designs for database archiving and data
migration. As acting manager, heavily involved in recruiting including
college hiring. As acting director, coordinated office move.
Member of original team that designed and implemented the Ariba
Buyer product. Drove engineering closure on first product
spec. Created the Approvable document architecture, the user
permissions model, and a Scheme interpreter for business
rules. Implemented SMTP client and server for
notification. Responsible for HTTP server used for printing and
attachments and later converted it to the servlet API. Created
Inspector tool for runtime debugging.
Created command line monitoring tools to automate
operations. Removed explicit locking from object model to simplify
API. Converted RPC from using a thread per client to worker queues
to improve scalability. Created javadoc doclet to allow fine
grain control over published API. Assisted globalization by
removing deprecated JDK 1.0 APIs. Converted all production batch
and shell scripts to Perl for portability.
Created and maintained development web site, mailing lists, and
Emacs development environment.
Operating resource management system
Norman Adams, Marc Brown, Brian Carlstrom, Brian Elkin, Paul Hegarty, Guy Haskin, Boris Putanec
Menlo Park, CA
Developer for OM-Express, a browser accelerator for Windows. Performed
memory analysis prior to 1.0 release. Analyzed networking performance
for various TCP/IP stacks. Reimplemented core URL technology to be RFC
Developed Java Virtual Machine for Magic Cap devices. Used this VM in
new implementation of MagicScript authoring language. Worked on port of
the Telescript language interpreter to Win32. Ported Telescript Access
Service to Windows 3.1 and Win32 to enable Visual Basic interfaces to
MIT Media Lab & Laboratory for Computer Science
Co-author of the open source project Scsh, the Scheme Shell. Scsh is a
POSIX environment based on the Scheme dialect of the Lisp programming
language. Involved in all aspects of the system including design,
implementation, documentation, testing, and release. Scsh is used for
CGI scripts, network applications, and general purpose shell scripts.
Used Scsh to develop several applications including a mobile web browser
for the Apple Newton and a web server that is extensible in Scsh and
MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory
Developed sequential to parallel research compiler for the Scheme
dialect of Lisp. Implemented C Language back-end for modified Gambit
Scheme compiler. Implemented runtime system for workstation simulation
and for execution on the Thinking Machines CM-5.
MIT Flight Transportation Laboratory
Implemented airline schedule optimizer for NASA and McDonnell-Douglas.
Integrated optimizer with a graphical schedule editor and assisted in
product delivery including installation and user training. Set up and
administered lab of Sun and Apollo workstations.