I have joined Rutgers as an assistant professor this fall. Please see my new webpage here. I have graduated as a PhD student in computer science at the College of William & Mary, Williamsburg. I got my M.S. in Computer Science at William and Mary with a Computational Operations Research(COR) specialization. I am a member of the CAPS group, Compilers and Adaptive Programming Systems (CAPS). My advisor is Dr. Xipeng Shen.
My research lies generally in the area of compilers and programming systems, with a focus on revealing and exploiting the implications of emerging hardware features on the development, compilation, and execution of software. Today's computing systems are growing more complicated and diversified. From handheld smart devices to high performance supercomputers, computing devices are embracing unprecedented parallelism and heterogeneity. The emerging power-efficient architectures presented a new dimension of the advancement in hardware. Enhancing the match between software executions and hardware features is key to computing efficiency. The match is a continuously evolving and challenging problem. My ultimate goal of research is to tackle the challenges and help software evolve to match with exciting innovations in modern and future architectures.
- 4/2012 I am going to join the faculty of the CS department at Rutgers this Fall
- 12/2011 I am a recipient of Park Graduate Research Award
- 6/2011 PACT'11 accepted papers on dynamic irregular program optimization and GPU complication
- 4/2011 I am a US 2011 Google Anita Borg Scholarship recipient
- 4/2011 I am a 2011 NVIDIA Grad Fellowship Finalist
- 10/2010 ASPLOS'11 accepted paper on optimizing irregular and dynamic GPU applications
- 3/2010 ICS'10 accepted paper on streamlining GPU applications
- 1/2010 PPoPP'10 Best Paper Award