Jubi Taneja is a Compilers Research SDE at the Microsoft Research. She is currently working on building compilers to accelerate the AI workloads. She received a PhD degree from the University of Utah. Her research interests broadly focus on compiler optimizations, correctness, and static analysis with the goal of helping compiler developers use formal methods. Before Utah, she was an undergraduate research fellow at IIT Bombay, and she earned her B.E. with a Gold Medal from Punjabi University.
She is passionate to mentor students and serves as a SIGPLAN-M Long-term Mentor. She volunteers for the Women in Compilers and Tools Meetup group to build a supportive and strongly connected community. She also volunteers to serve as a Co-Chair and reviewer on several committees at international conferences.