Julian Shun

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PLDI Distinguished Paper Award, 2019

NSF Career Award, 2019

DOE Early Career Award, 2018

SPAA Best Paper Award, 2018

ACM Doctoral Dissertation Award, 2015

CMU SCS Doctoral Dissertation Award, 2015

DCC Best Student Paper Award, 2015


Julian Shun is the Douglas T. Ross Career Development Assistant Professor of Software Technology in EECS and CSAIL at MIT. Prior to coming to MIT, he was a Miller Research Fellow at UC Berkeley. He received his Ph.D. from Carnegie Mellon University and his B.A. from UC Berkeley. His research focuses on the theory and practice of parallel algorithms and programming frameworks.