am a PhD student
(admitted in 2007 and expected to graduate soon) in the Computer
Science Department at the University of Maryland, College Park and
work with Professor Ramani
Duraiswami and Professor Nail A.
I received my B.S. degree in Mathematics from East China Normal University (China) in 2005 and my M.S. degree in Mathematics from National University of Singapore in 2007. At ECNU, I was working with Professor Xingzhi Zhan on matrix theory. My graduate supervisor at NUS was Professor Harald Niederreiter and my master thesis was on stream ciphers.
Currently I am looking for full-time jobs in either research labs or industry. Here is my CV.
My PhD dissertation is on scalable fast multipole methods (FMM) on heterogeneous architectures and GPU based scientific computing (such as fast kernel sums, matrix computations, iterative methods). Besides FMM related problems, I am also interested in stream ciphers, linear recurrence sequences, and matrix theory.
I am open to problems and opportunities to accelerate computations, applications or software performance by developing their parallel algorithms for GPUs, heterogeneous clusters or clouds.
Email: huqi AT cs.umd.edu
A.V. Williams Building 3368, College Park, MD 20742
I am not only a super swimming fan but also play tennis, run and snowboard a lot.
I swim in Terrapin Masters Swim Club (also Santa Clara Swim Club last summer while I had my internship at NVIDIA) and spend most of my free time in the pool. Occasionally, I write blogs (in Chinese) to record some pieces of my life, but barely update it after I started to facebook and weibo. Sometime, I might post things related to CUDA, OS or computations into my tech blog.
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