Dong Li, PhD
Qualcomm Research Silicon Valley
I received my Ph.D. from the Department of Computer Science at the University of Texas at Austin under the supervision of Prof. Doug Burger and Prof. Donald Fussell on 2014.
I am interested in computer architecture, compiler techniques and program language. My Ph.D. thesis focuses on GPU thread scheduling and cache management policies.
As a research engineer in Qualcomm Research Silicon Valley (QRSV), I am involved in researching domain-specific programming language and compiler techniques to enable efficient programming of special purpose accelerator architectures, and delivering tools to enable rapid exploration of domain-specific processor architecture.
University of Texas at Austin,
Ph.D in Computer Science (2014)
Advisor: Dr. Doug Burger, Dr. Donald Fussell
Institute of Computing Technology, Chinese Academic of Science
M.E in Computer Science (2004)
Advisor: Dr. Chengde Han, Zhaohua Feng
University of Science and Technology of China
B.S in Computer Science (2001)
Advisor: Dr. Naijie Gu
· May 2014 – Present, Senior Engineer, Qualcomm Research Silicon Valley
o Domain-specific programming language and compiler techniques
· Jan.2011 – May.2011 Microsoft Research, WA, USA
o Cache coherence mechanism for the E2 processor
· Jun.2010 – Sep.2010 Qualcomm, San Diego, CA, USA
o Power management mechanisms for the duo-core CPU system
· May.2009 – Aug.2009 Qualcomm, San Diego, CA, USA
o Power management algorithms for the multi-core CPU subsystem
· Aug.2004 – Jul.2006 Infineon Technologies. Xi’an, China
o Design and verification of mobile phone baseband/application processors