Dr. Ang Li is a computer scientist from the high-performance-computing (HPC) group of Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL). He joined PNNL in 2016. His research has been focusing on software-hardware co-design for scalable HPC accelerators, particularly GPUs. His research covers full-stack design from circuit level up to architecture, system, library, and applications. As the leading author, he has published research articles in major HPC conferences including SC, ICS, ASPLOS, MICRO, HPDC, IPDPS, IISWC, etc., and co-authored many other papers. His work was nominated for best paper award in S15, SC17 and IISWC-18. He received European HiPEAC paper award, and PNNL PCSD Outstanding Performance award. He served as organizing committee member, PC, or session chair for major HPC venues including PPoPP, ASPLOS, ICS, PACT, IPDPS, etc.
Data Management
Deep Learning
Machine Learning
Scalable Computing
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