Exaloop develops a high-performance, Python-based, AI-integrated platform for data scientists and engineers. With the Exaloop platform, anyone with basic Python programming experience can write performant, scalable software for a variety of backends and architectures — no more wasting time on low-level optimizations or rewriting code. With Exaloop, your favorite libraries—from NumPy to Pandas—run orders of magnitude faster, can be parallelized to take advantage of multiple cores, and can even run on GPUs.
Exaloop spun out of MIT’s Computer Science and AI Lab in late 2021 by its two founders who shared a vision of democratizing access to scalable, performant computing in the modern era of big data and AI.
The Future of Computing
Co-founder & CTO
Ariya co-founded Exaloop in late 2021 after completing his PhD in MIT’s Computer Science and AI Lab (CSAIL), focusing on the intersection between high-performance computing and computational genomics. He also holds a Master’s degree in computer science from MIT and a Bachelor of Science in computer engineering from Boston University.
Co-founder & Head of Research
In addition to being Exaloop’s co-founder, Ibrahim is an assistant professor and a Canada Research Chair in Computational Biology and Data Science at the University of Victoria. His research focuses on computational biology, algorithms and programming languages. Ibrahim was formerly a postdoctoral associate in the Computation and Biology Group at MIT CSAIL, and he received his PhD from Simon Fraser University. He originally comes from beautiful Sarajevo, the capital city of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Massood has nearly 40 years of experience in high tech and leading a diverse group of software companies. Massood was CEO of BA Insight from 2013 to 2022, when it was acquired by Upland Software. Before that, he was CEO of Carteon (acquired by Array Networks in 2013), OutStart Inc. (acquired by Kenexa in 2012) and ServiceSoft Inc. (acquired by Broadbase Software in 2001).
Ben is a Principal Scientist at DNANexus, focusing on prototyping, disease subtyping, transformer models and data federation. He is the former Dept. Chair of Bioinformatics and Data Science at the Foundation for Advanced Education in the Sciences.
Bonnie is the MIT Simons Professor of Mathematics with a joint appointment in MIT’s Electrical Engineering and Computer Science department. She is a pioneer researcher in computational molecular biology, with a focus on algorithms, compressive genomics, privacy and more.
Rohit was co-founder and CEO at Tech Square Trading, a quant hedge fund trading up to ~$300M daily. He is a Professor at Duke University and was previously affiliated with MIT CSAIL. Rohit has a PhD from MIT, a MS from Stanford and a B. Tech from IIT Kanpur, all in Computer Science. Rohit is also co-founder and CTO of martini.ai.
Saman leads the Commit compiler group at MIT’s Computer Science & AI Lab (CSAIL). His research focuses on domain-specific languages and high-performance computing. Saman is the founder of Determina, Inc. (acquired by VMWare) and has helped to create over 20 thriving startups.
Tony co-founded and led R&D for BA Insight, an Enterprise Search company used by organizations globally, including many Fortune 500 companies, totaling more than 3.5 million active users. Tony has over 20 years of experience building software.