IRIS-HEP Fellow: Parth Arora

Fellowship dates: Nov, 2021 – May, 2022

Home Institution: University School of Information, Communication and Technology, GGSIPU, New Delhi, India

Project: Add support for custom types in Clad with a focus on the Softsusy library.

User-defined types in C++ helps to make code more readable and maintainable. Many user-defined programs and almost every major library uses user-defined types. Thus it is very crucial for clad to support differentiating user-defined types. The first goal of the project is to add support for differentiating user-defined types in clad. Clad currently also does not support many C++ syntaxes. Many of these are essential and are very well used in day-to-day programming such as break and continue statements. The second goal of the project is to battle test clad on Eigen and softsusy library codebases to find and add support for most of the missing syntax as well as to improve support for differentiating function calls.

More information: My project proposal

  • Vassil Vassilev (Princeton University)

  • David Lange (Princeton University)

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Current Status
July 2022 - Associate Engineer at Qualcomm

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