Office: 471G Rhodes Hall
Email: yz882 -at- cornell.edu
I’m a PhD student in Computer Systems Laboratory supervised by Prof. Zhiru Zhang. I received my BS in Electrical Engineering from Tsinghua University in 2015. My current research focuses on generating application-specific memory systems for FPGAs, and rapid design space exploration for high-level synthesis. I am also broadly interested in accelerator design, compiler optimizations, and application of machine learning on design automation. You can find my CV.
- Y. Zhou, U. Gupta, S. Dai, R. Zhao, N. Srivastava, H. Jin, J. Featherston, Y.-H. Lai, G. Liu, G. Velasquez, W. Wang, and Z. Zhang, Rosetta: A Realistic High-Level Synthesis Benchmark Suite for Software Programmable FPGAs, International Symposium on Field-Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGA), Feb. 2018.
- Y. Zhou, K. Al-Hawaj, and Z. Zhang, A New Approach to Automatic Memory Banking using Trace-Based Address Mining, International Symposium on Field-Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGA), Feb. 2017.
- S. Dai, Y. Zhou, H. Zhang, E. Ustun, E. Young and Z. Zhang, Fast and Accurate Estimation of Quality of Results in High-Level Synthesis with Machine Learning, International Symposium on Field-Programmable Custom Computing Machines (FCCM), Apr. – May. 2018.
- ECE/ENGRD 2300 — Digital Logic and Computer Organization, full TA, Jan’17 – May’17.
Honors and Awards
- Jacob’s Fellowship, Cornell University, 2015