The Compiler Technologies Team (CTT) is specialized in applying compiler approach to different computer science fields, as well as modern optimizing compiler development and design. The first compiler projects started in early 80s. The recent research activity of the team is concentrated on parallel programming and reverse engineering. More specifically, the current projects include:
- ParJava: Extension of a standard Java environment by facilities supporting SPMD programming
- Cluster Management System
- Integrated research environment (IRE) for program transformation and program obfuscation
- Studying of dynamic optimization techniques in compilers
- Universal Quantitative Qualifier (UQQ)
- The system of information support of treatment "Doctor's Partner"
- High Perfomance Clusters (ENG, RUS)
- SVaCE Detector (ENG, RUS)
The team also includes several post-graduate (about 5 people each year) and undergraduate (about 15 people each year) students of Moscow University and Moscow Institute of Physics and Technologies each year.