Martin Mass is a recent graduate from the Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences department at UC Berkeley and is now a research scientist at Google Brain.His research focuses on warehouse-scale computers. I work and collaborate across areas and build real systems that involve large system-level codebases as well as hardware-level RTL. Maas has applied this approach to domains ranging from security to managed languages.During his PhD, he built a secure processor that provides a new security property and can be targeted by a custom compiler, a distributed language runtime system that coordinates JVMs on different nodes in a cluster.Before coming to UC Berkeley, Maas completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Cambridge. In his undergraduate research, he investigated the challenges and bottlenecks of implementing a Java Virtual Machine for the Barrelfish Operating System.During his time in high-school, Maas was an active participant in science and programming competitions. He was on the German team for the International Olympiad of Informatics (IOI) and represented Germany at the International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF).Contact a speaker booking agent to check availability on Martin Maas and other top speakers and celebrities.