Academic Activities Dr. Herbert G. Mayer



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Academic Activities

Dr. Herbert G. Mayer



  • Reviewed dozens of computer science publications; documented these reviews in ACM Computing Reviews from 1985 to 2004.







  • Adjunct faculty at PSU’s Computer Science Department to from 1987 to date.




  • Referee for the 1994 4th Symposium on the Frontiers of Massively Parallel Computation, co-sponsored by the IEEE Computer Society and the NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center.




  • Presentation at the Intel Supercomputer Users' Group Meeting in San Diego, June 1994. The title of my talk was: Evolution of the Paragon Optimizing Compilers.










  • Presentation at the 1991 ACM International Conference on Supercomputing in Cologne. Title: Software and Hardware Parallelism on the iWarp Multi-Computer




  • Author of several college text books; see separate List of Publications.




  • Referee for the International Conference on Parallel Processing, Pennsylvania State University, August 8-12 1989.




  • Referee for the International Conference on Parallel Processing, St. Charles, Illinois, August 15-19 1988.




  • Award of Reviewer of Excellence 1986, extended in 1987 by the editors of the ACM Computing Reviews, Aaron Finerman and Bernard Rous.







  • Referee for ACM Sigsmall Conference, San Francisco, December 3-5 1986.




  • Referee for ACM Sigsmall Conference, Boston, May 1-3 1985.




  • Presentation at 1983 Usenix Conference San Diego. The title of my talk, co-authored with R. Conant, was Cobol compiler construction experiences using Lex and Yacc.




  • Presentation at 1983 ACM CS Conference in Orlando, February 15-17 1983. The title of my talk, co-authored with Conant, was Capabilities and limitations in the use of Lex and Yacc for Cobol'74 compiler implementation.




  • Presentation at 1982 ACM CS Conference in Indianapolis, February 9-11 1982. The title of my talk was Measuring the Mean Language Level of Ada and Pascal.




  • Presentation at 1982 CMS-2 User Group Conference in San Diego. The title of my talk was Applying Halstead Metrics to Ada.

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