Richard B. Grove is an Intel Fellow and Director of Compiler Technology. He leads engineering efforts at the Intel Nashua Software Lab for advanced compiler technology and code optimization.
Grove joined Intel as part of a June 2001 agreement with Compaq Computer Corporation that called for the transfer of microprocessor and compiler design expertise to Intel. Prior to joining Intel, Grove was a Compaq fellow and director of compiler development for Compaq's 64-bit Alpha family of computers.
With 30 years of combined service to Compaq and Digital Equipment Corporation, Grove has held various software development positions where he has led the development of compilers for several processor families. He also played a major role in driving the Alpha processor's performance capabilities during the past decade. He holds one patent and has published several papers on compiler technology.
Grove received a bachelor's degree in Mathematics in 1964 and his master's degree in Mathematics in 1965 from the Carnegie Institute of Technology.