Benjamin Driscoll is an undergraduate majoring in math and computer science at the University of California Berkeley. His primary areas of interest include programing languages research and algorithms for high performance computing.
In 2019, he was an intern at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory researching the effects of message aggregation on message passing performance in distributed memory computers. In 2020, Benjamin Driscoll worked at Amazon on the Visual Search team. He is also a co-author on the paper “Towards Mutability as a Compiler Optimization for Pure Functional Languages” which was accepted to the IWACO 2020 workshop.