353 Huxley Building
Department of Computing
Imperial College London
London, UK, SW7 2BZ
I am a Research Associate at the
Computing Department of Imperial College London.
I am currently taking part in projects on developing applications, tools, compilation/synthesis systems for reconfigurable computing, especially runtime reconfigurable computing. See my CV or my DBLP list for details.
PhD Student; Oct 2011 - May 2015, Computer Science, Imperial College London
MSc; Oct 2010 - Dec 2011, Electronic and Electrical Engineering, Imperial College London
B.S.; Jul 2006 - Jun 2010, Electronic Engineering, Fudan University
Work and Visiting Experience
Research Associate; May 2015 - present, Computing Department, IC
Research Assisstant; Jan 2012 - Apr 2015, Computing Department, IC
Visiting Scholar; May 2015 - Jul 2015, Fudan University, China
Visiting Scholar; Sep 2014 - Oct 2014, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
My primary research areas are high-performance computing,
which spans the application, compiler, and architecture fields.
I am particularly interested in using existing reconfigurable devices (i.e. FPGAs)
and EURECA architectures to accelerate time-consuming applications.
Application: domain-specific architectures in finance, machine learning, seismic imaging, matrix processing, and climiate modelling
Compiler: new concurrent programming models for runtime reconfigurable architectures
Compiler: domain-specific optimiastion passes based on accelerated applications
Architecture: architecture innovations to improve runtime reconfiguration graunality (from microsecond to nanasocend)
Architecture: new architecture models to exploit the improve reconfiguration granuality