Philippe Clauss

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Professor in computer science at the University of Strasbourg. I submitted my doctorate in 1990 at the University of Besançon and my "Habilitation à diriger les recherches" in 2000 at the University Louis Pasteur of Strasbourg. I am managing the ICPS team in Strasbourg and the INRIA team CAMUS.

My research work is concerned with compilation and optimization of programs, using either static or dynamic approaches. I am developping tools and mathematic methods dedicated to precise code analysis and optimization. The main application domains are high performance computing and multi-core parallelization.


  • HAL open archive: HAL
  • Researchgate: [2]

Current PhD students


Former PhD students

Benoît MEISTER, Reservoir Labs, New York, USA

Bénédicte KENMEI YOUTA, Intema Solutions, Montreal, Canada

Jean Christophe BEYLER, Google, California, USA

Benoît PRADELLE, Silexica, Germany

Alexandra JIMBOREAN, Uppsala University, Sweden

Aravind SUKUMARAN-RAJAM, Ohio State University, Columbus, USA

Imen FASSI, Inria Rennes, France

Jean-François DOLLINGER (co-advisor: Vincent LOECHNER), CESI, Strasbourg, France

Juan Manuel MARTINEZ CAAMANO, Quarkslab, France

Nabil HALLOU (co-advisor: Erven ROHOU)


A Tribute to Eugène Ehrhart: [3]