I am now a Research Scientist in Huawei America Research Center, Multicore and Parallel System Software Group, primarily doing research on parallel/heterogeneous architecture and algorithms, distributed system and big data, and many-core GPUs.
Before joining Huawei, I received my Ph.D. from Computer Science and Engineering Department of Washington University. I was part of Steam Based Supercomputing Lab (SBS) and High Performance Computational Biology Group (HPCB), co-advised by Prof. Roger D. Chamberlain and Prof. Kunal Agrawal. I also worked at NVIDIA Research, Santa Clara, CA as a research intern during summer 2012, under supervision of Mr. Jonathan Cohan, and WiMAX Program Office(WPO) @ Intel Mobility Group, Beijing, China, where I worked for deployment of WiMAX Network and Application with promising business models and real-time demos for 2008 Olympic Sailing.
I serve on Program Committee for SPAA 2013, PPoPP 2015, CCGrid 2015, HPCC 2015, NPC 2015, I'm also journal reviewer for Parallel Computing (PARCO) [Impact Factor: 1.890] , American Society of Science and engineering. This year, I will co-chair HPCC workshops.