University of California, Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara, CA 93106
Early CAREER Award, National Science Foundation; Early Career Researchers Award, IEEE Computer Society's Technical Consortium on High Performance Computing; NCSU Computer Science Outstanding Research Award
Ding's major interest lies in program optimization, especially from the perspective of input sensitivity, parallelization, and redundant computation elimination. Her research involves various important algorithms, which are commonly used in Machine Learning, Deep Learning, and other High-Performance Applications. Moreover, she and her group are interested in enabling automatic adaption of our optimization, through novel designs in programing language, compiler, and runtime system.
PhD Computer Science, North Carolina State University
MS Physics, College of William and Mary
BS Physics, University of Science and Technology of China