I am a second-year Ph.D. student affiliated with the research group led by Prof. Peipei Zhou at the University of Pittsburgh.
My academic pursuits revolve around Heterogeneous Architecture, Software and Hardware Co-design, and Programming Abstraction for Applications.
What i'm doing
This involves the simultaneous development of both hardware and software components of a system. It emphasizes the integration and optimization of hardware and software to achieve better overall system performance, efficiency, and functionality.
High-level synthesis (HLS) is a design process in digital electronics that allows the transformation of a high-level description of a digital system into a register transfer level (RTL) implementation.
So far, I have been working on several interesting applications including Large Integer Multiplication, Rivest-Shamir-Adleman, Mandelbort Set, and Homomorphic Encryption.