HPCAT Members

Jiajun was a post-doctoral scientist in HPCAT, working on accelerator designs for machine learning applications and computational finance. His research interests focus on high performance and energy-efficient computing, including domain-specific accelerators, heterogeneous architectures and parallel/distributed systems. He is currently an Assistant Professor at Beihang University, China

Jiajun Li, Ph.D.

Former Post-Doctoral Scientist

Lei Yang was a post-doctoral scientist in HPCAT, working on application-aware efficient Network-on-Chip (NoC) design for high-performance and low-power heterogeneous many-core systems. Her research interests include optimization on computation and communication for NoC-based many-core systems, non-volatile memory based many-core system design. She is currently an Assistant Professor at George Mason University.

Lei Yang, Ph.D.

Former Post-Doctoral Scientist

Hao's research interests are in the areas of computer architecture and on-chip interconnect, with a focus on power-efficient on-chip interconnect designs (e.g. power-gating, DVFS), machine learning-based performance optimization, heterogeneous manycore architectures, and chiplet-based system designs. He is currently an Assistant Professor at the University of Central Florida.

Hao Zheng, Ph.D.

Former Graduate Student

Ke’s research area lies on machine learning and NoCs design. The goal is to find an optimized NoC design of high performance, power efficiency and reliability by applying machine learning algorithms. He is currently an Assistant Professor at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. 

Ke Wang, Ph.D.

Former Graduate Student

Yuechen's research area lies in NoC design and big data application. As NoC performance is critical in multi-core CPU design, he believes, the combination of hardware and software design will deliver high performance.

Yuechen Chen

Graduate Student

Yuan Li is working on developing efficient and flexible communication fabric for heterogeneous manycores, domain-specific accelerators, and chiplet-based systems by incorporating network architecture innovations and emerging interconnect technologies such as silicon photonics.

Yuan Li

Graduate Student

Yingnan Zhao is working on applying machine learning to edge computing. His research aims to
facilitate edge computing with novel architectures and mechanisms.

Yingnan Zhao

Graduate Student

Jiaqi is a Ph.D. student interested in computer architecture.

Jiaqi Yang

Graduate Student

Juliana is a GWU alumni with a bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering. She began working towards a Ph.D. in Computer Engineering in 2022 and is most interested in optical interconnection networks and their applications for NoCs and machine learning.

Juliana Curry

Graduate Student

Belal is a Ph.D student interested in computer architecture.

Belal Jahannia

Graduate Student

Qian Cai is a first year master student majoring in Computer Engineering. His primary interest is in accelerators for GNNs.

Qian Cai

Graduate Student

Jasmine is a graduate student interested in computer architecture and machine learning.

Jasmine Pillarisetti

Graduate Student

Marie-Laure is majoring in Computer Engineering and is graduating with the class of 2019. She is most interested in computer architecture and organization as well as systems.

Marie-Laure Brossay

Undergraduate Student

Sebastian is a Computer Engineering major graduating in 2019. In 2018, he was at NVIDIA, writing systems code for self-driving cars. In 2017 he worked in the Platform Engineering Group at Intel. His interests are systems and computer architecture.

Sebastian Foubert

Undergraduate Student

Sophia Martinez is a second year student majoring in Computer Engineering. Although she is just starting to learn the basics, she is mostly interested in Computer Organization and Architecture

Sophia Martinez

Undergraduate Student

Parmvir assists the laboratory in researching Network-on-Chips (NoCs) via tools such as WinMIPS. In addition, he aids the Graduate Research Assistants by maintaining a database of the sources.

Parmvir Chahal

Undergraduate Student

Jonathan assists the laboratory in researching computer architecture and maintaining lab website.

Jonathan He

Undergraduate Student

High Performance Computing Architectures & Technologies Lab

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Ahmed Louri, IEEE Fellow
David and Marilyn Karlgaard Endowed Chair Professor of ECE
Director,  HPCAT Lab 

Email: louri@gwu.edu                    
Phone: +1 (202) 994 8241