Caiwen Ding is an assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science & Engineering at the University of Connecticut. He received his Ph.D. degree from Northeastern University (NEU) in 2019, supervised by Dr. Yanzhi Wang.
His interests include
– Machine Learning & Deep Neural Network Systems;
– Heterogeneous Computing (CPUs/FPGAs/GPUs) and Computer Architecture;
– Non-von Neumann computing and neuromorphic computing;
– Efficient computing for cyber-physical systems and embedded systems.
His work has been published in high-impact conferences (e.g., AAAI, ASPLOS, ISCA, MICRO, HPCA, FPGA, DATE, ISLPED, ASP-DAC, ICCD).
- Laboratory of Intelligent & Efficient Systems
- Laboratory of Machine Learning in Drug Discovery & Development
To prospective students:
I am always looking for highly-motivated Ph.D. students who have strong interests in machine learning/deep learning, or FPGAs/GPUs-based accelerator, with full financial support. You are welcome to drop me an email with your materials such as CV and transcripts, and mention my name in your application.
01/2020 One invited paper has been accepted in ICASSP 2020.
01/2020 One paper has been accepted in BARC Workshop 2020.
01/2020 One invited paper on DRL in UAVs has been accepted in ISQED 2020.
01/2020 Caiwen will serve as a TPC member in DAC Late Breaking Results (DAC-LBR).
01/2020 Caiwen will serve as a TPC member in Boston Area Architecture (BARC) Workshop.
12/2019 Caiwen will serve as a TPC member in GLSVLSI 2020.
11/2019 One paper is accepted in ACM/SIGDA International Symposium on Field-Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGA) 2020, Poster.
11/2019 Caiwen served as the 2019 ICCAD CADathlon problem co-chair.
09/2019 One workshop paper is accepted in Hardware Aware Learning for Medical Imaging and Computer Assisted Intervention (HAL-MICCAI).
09/2019 Caiwen will serve as a TPC member in DAC 2020.
09/2019 Caiwen will serve as a TPC member in FPGA 2020.
08/2019 One paper is accepted in the 25th Asia and South Pacific Design Automation Conference (ASP-DAC).
08/2019 Caiwen joined UConn CSE.