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Fredrik Kjolstad is a PhD candidate at MIT. He works on compilers and languages for fast computing with linear and tensor algebra, including the Tensor Algebra Compiler (taco) and the Simit programming language. He believes we should program with systems as well as objects, and that math abstractions should be brought into programming languages. He is from northern Norway and likes literature, music and hiking.
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