Dr. Dong Li is an associate professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of California, Merced. He is the director of Parallel Architecture, System, and Algorithm Lab (PASA). Previously (2011-2014), he was a research scientist at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL). Before that, he earned his Ph.D. in computer science from Virginia Tech. Dong received a CAREER Award from U.S. National Science Foundation in 2016, a Berkeley Lab University Faculty Fellowship (2016), and an ORNL/CSMD Distinguished Contributor Award (2013). His paper in SC’14 was nominated as the best student paper.
Phone: (209) 228-2488
Address: 5200 N. Lake Road, Merced, CA 95343
Kai is a Computer Science PhD candidate. His research area is computer systems with a focus on memory and storage systems. He designs high-performance computer systems for high performance computing (HPC), cloud, database and AI applications. His recent work focuses on designing system support for persistent memory-based big memory platforms.
Jie Liu is a second year Ph.D. student with research focuses on computer systems. His research interest includes On-device artificial intelligence and system optimization (especially runtime system) for efficient machine learning in parallel and distributed systems.
Xin is currently a visiting student in the Electrical Science and Engineering Department at UC Merced.
Bang is currently a visiting student in the Electrical Science and Engineering Department at UC Merced.
Neelam Singha, Hanlin He (Byton), Yaorong Fan, Wei Liu (Baidu), Himanshu Pillai (Barcelona Supercomputing Center).
Jing Liang, Nigel Tan (Rice University), Armando Montanez (Google), Logan Smith, Zachary Canann (PayPal), Kevin Song (UT Austin).