|Full Name||Charles E Leiserson|
|Date of Birth||November 10, 1953|
|Birthplace||Pennsylvania, United States|
|Height||Under review (Under review)|
|Weight||Under review (Under review)|
|Net Worth Total||100,000 - $1M|
|Source of Money||Computer Scientist|
|Cars||Not available to public|
|Last Updated||October 2022|
Mainly known for being a computer scientist, Charles E Leiserson was born in the fall (autumn) of 1953. His date of birth is November 10, 1953. He was born under the Scorpio zodiac sign and belongs to Baby Boomers Generation. According to the Chinese calendar, his year of birth, 1953, is the Year of Serpent.
He is from Pennsylvania, United States. He and writer Michael Chabon both attended Carnegie Mellon University.
Life & Biography
Charles Eric Leiserson is a computer scientist, specializing in the theory of parallel computing and distributed computing, and particularly practical applications thereof; as part of this effort, he developed the Cilk multithreaded language. He invented the fat-tree interconnection network, a hardware-universal interconnection network used in many supercomputers, including the Connection Machine CM5, for which he was network architect. He helped pioneer the development of VLSI theory, including the retiming method of digital optimization with James B. Saxe and systolic arrays with H. T. Kung. He conceived of the notion of cache-oblivious algorithms, which are algorithms that have no tuning parameters for cache size or cache-line length, but nevertheless use cache near-optimally. He developed the Cilk language for multithreaded programming, which uses a provably good work-stealing algorithm for scheduling. Leiserson coauthored the standard algorithms textbook Introduction to Algorithms together with Thomas H. Cormen, Ronald L. Rivest, and Clifford Stein. Charles E Leiserson was born in Pennsylvania, United States, on November 10, 1953. Charles is currently sixty eight years old. He received his education from Carnegie Mellon University and Yale University. He is famed for being a computer scientist. He cowrote the standard algorithms textbook Introduction to Algorithms.
hasn't been engaged in the past. He was born and raised in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. We're looking into the past education and school information and will update this section shortly.
1. Charles E Leiserson is a Scorpio.
2. He has been alive for 25,163 days or 603,916 hours.
3. He was born in the Year of the Serpent.
4. His next birthday is in .
5. Charles E Leiserson is Under review tall.
6. He was born in Baby Boomers Generation (1953).
7. On Charles’s date of birth, the number one song in America was [Not available]. No song matches found..
8. Charles E Leiserson primary income source is from being a Computer Scientist.
9. Charles E Leiserson’s birth flower is Chrysanthemum.
10. Charles E Leiserson’s nickname: Charles
11. His birthstone is Topaz and Citrine.
12. Charles’s life path number is 3.
13. His ruling planet is Pluto.
Height, Weight & Age
As of today (October 2nd, 2022), Charles E Leiserson is exactly 68 years, 10 months, and 22 days old. His next birthday is in . He is Under review (Under review) tall, and his weight is Under review (Under review).
Net Worth & Salary in 2022
So how much is Charles E Leiserson worth today? At the age of sixty eight, the American computer scientist has a net worth of about 100,000 - $1M. This roughly translates to 100,000 - $1M euros or 100,000 - $1M pounds. The net worth estimates vary because it’s difficult to forecast spending habits over the years. Charles E Leiserson’s wealth comes mostly from being a successful Computer Scientist.
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