Lori L. Pollock
Computer and Information Sciences
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Lori Pollock is a Professor in the Department of Computer and Information Sciences at the University of Delaware. She was named Alumni Distinguished Professor in 2016. She earned her Ph.D. and M.S. in Computer Science at the University of Pittsburgh in 1986 and 1983, respectively, and her B.S. in Computer Science and Economics at Allegheny College in 1981.
Her research currently focuses on program analysis for building better software maintenance tools, optimizing compilers for modern computer architectures, and software testing. Her research has been continuously supported through the years by numerous grants from the National Science Foundation and the Army Research Laboratory. She currently serves on an Associate Editor for the ACM Transactions on Software Engineering and Methodology (TOSEM). She regularly serves as a program committee member and reviewer for the major conferences and journals in software engineering, programming language design and implementation, and high performance computing. She served on the executive committee and as an officer of ACM SIGPLAN for several terms.
Lori Pollock teaches courses primarily in compiler construction, parallel programming, automatic program analysis and transformation, and software testing. She was awarded the University of Delaware's Excellence in Teaching Award in 2001.
Lori Pollock has actively worked for improving the participation of women and other underrepresented groups in computer science for many years. She was awarded the University of Delaware's E. A. Trabant Award for Women's Equity in 2004. She serves on the Executive Board of the Computing Research Association's Committee on the Status of Women in Computing (CRA-W), which was honored with the National Science Board's 2005 Public Service Award to an organization for increasing the public understanding of science or engineering.
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