Currently Teaching Assistant for Embedded System Development and Applications (CENG 4480)
We Are Hiring! We are always open for thesis/year/semester projects for self-motivated students, with the right mindset, to work with MASS@CUHK. If you are interested in Memory System Designs, In-Memory Computing Paradigms and Emerging Non-volatile Memory Technologies, get in touch!
Note: No Prior Requirements. We expect to customize research experiences for students and we consider it's our responsibility to learn and grow together with our mentees.
I am a first-year MPhil student in Department of Computer Science and Engineering, The Chinese University of Hong Kong. I am fortunate to be advised by Prof. Ming-Chang Yang as a member of Memory And Storage Systems Research Group (MASS). My current research interests lie on Memory Systems, Processing-In-Memory and Emerging Non-volatile Memory Systems, with a strong focus on DRAM and RaceTrack Memory.
I received my Honors BSc in Computer Science from The University of Nottingham Ningbo China, where I founded and served as the first Project Manager, in the User-Centric Computing Group. Along with my groupmates, we creat interesting insights, build novel prototypes and examine their real-world effects.
"FIGARO: Improving System Performance via Fine-Grained In-DRAM Data Relocation and Caching"
Regular Paper in 53th ACM/IEEE International Symposium on Microarchitecture in October 2020, (MICRO'20).