Jianyu Huang

PhD Student
Department of Computer Science
University of Texas at Austin
Office: GDC 5.702A
Email: jianyu [AT] cs [DOT] utexas [DOT] edu

I am a PhD student in SHPC group, advised by Prof. Robert van de Geijn. My research focuses on numerical linear algebra and mathematical software. I am interested in improving the performance of scientific applications and simplifying the programming model for parallel computing. Prior to UT, I received my Bachelor's degree from Beihang University (BUAA) in 2013.

What's New


Publications


    Generating Families of Practical Fast Matrix Multiplication Algorithms [PDF][BibTex]
    Jianyu Huang, Leslie Rice, Devin A. Matthews, Robert A. van de Geijn
    FLAME Working Note #82, The University of Texas at Austin, Department of Computer Sciences. Technical Report TR-16-18. November 3, 2016.

    Strassen's Algorithm Reloaded [PDF][BibTex]
    Jianyu Huang, Tyler M. Smith, Greg M. Henry, Robert A. van de Geijn
    in The International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis (SC16), Salt Lake City, UT, November 2016.

    BLISlab: A Sandbox for Optimizing GEMM [PDF][BibTex]
    Jianyu Huang, Robert A. van de Geijn
    FLAME Working Note #80, The University of Texas at Austin, Department of Computer Sciences. Technical Report TR-16-13. August 31, 2016.

    Performance Optimization for the K-Nearest Neighbors Kernel on x86 Architectures [PDF][BibTex]
    Chenhan D. Yu, Jianyu Huang, Woody Austin, Bo Xiao, George Biros
    in The International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis (SC15), Austin, TX, November 2015.

Presentations


    Strassen's Algorithm Reloaded [PPTX,PDF]
    in SC16, Salt Lake City, UT, November 2016.

    Implementing Strassen-like Fast Matrix Multiplication Algorithms with BLIS [PPTX,PDF] (with Leslie Rice)
    in BLIS Retreat 2016, Austin, TX, September 2016.

    High-performance Primitives for Machine Learning Targeting Mobile Platforms (with Chenhan D. Yu)
    in Qualcomm Fellowship Finalist Presentation, San Diego, CA, Mar 2016.

    Adding Efficient Scheduling Policy into SuperMatrix on Heterogeneous Platforms [PPTX,PDF]
    in BLIS Retreat 2015, Austin, TX, September 2015.

Teaching

Internships

Courses

Spring 2015 CS388 Natural Language Processing (Raymond Mooney)
Spring 2015 CS395T Parallel Algorithms (George Biros)
Fall 2014 CS392F Automatic Software Design (Don Batory)
Fall 2014 EE382N Computer Architecture (Yale Patt)
Spring 2014 CS388L Introduction to Mathematical Logic (Lifschitz Vladimir)
Spring 2014 CS380C Compilers (Calvin Lin)
Fall 2013 CS380D Distributed Computing (Lorenzo Alvisi)
Fall 2013 CS383C Numerical Linear Algebra (George Biros)

Interests

I like bicycling, swimming, jogging, and traveling. Here are the places where I have been.

Last updated 11/28/2016