Department of Electrical Engineering
Email: yanqiz AT princeton.edu
Office: EQUAD F210E
I'm a fifth year PhD student at Princeton Parallel Computing Group. My advisor is Professor David Wentzlaff.
I am the first graduate student of Prof. David Wentzlaff. My research area is computer architecture,
operating system, and parallel computing. I got my Bachelor's degrees in Electrical Engineering,
Computer Engineering, and Mathematics from University of Michigan and Shanghai Jiao Tong. I worked
at Microsoft Research as a research intern for two summers. Apart from research, I like playing
tennis, basketball, swimming, yoga, to name a few . And I love both classical music and pop music.
I have been playing the violin for over ten years.
Yanqi Zhou, Sameer Wagh, Prateek Mittal, David Wentzlaff
"Camouflage: Memory Traffic Shaping to Mitigate Timing Attacks"
HPCA, February 2017. (to appear)
Michael McKeown, Yaosheng Fu, Tri Nguyen, Yanqi Zhou, Jonathan Balkind, Alexey Lavrov,
Mohammad Shahrad, Samuel Payne, and David Wentzlaff
"Piton: A 25-core Academic Manycore Processor"
Hot Chips, August 2016.
Yanqi Zhou, Henry Hoffmann, and David Wentzlaff
"CASH: Supporting IaaS Customers with a Sub-core Configurable Architecture"
ISCA , June 2016.
Yanqi Zhou and David Wentzlaff
"MITTS: Memory Inter-arrival Time Traffic Shaping"
ISCA , June 2016.
Jonathan Balkind, Michael McKeown, Yaosheng Fu, Tri Nguyen, Yanqi Zhou, Alexey Lavrov,
Mohammad Shahrad, Adi Fuchs, Samuel Payne, Xiaohua Liang, Matthew Matl, and David Wentzlaff
"OpenPiton: An Open Source Manycore Research Framework"
ASPLOS, April 2016.
David Wentzlaff, Michael Mckeown, Yaosheng Fu, Tri M. Nguyen, Yanqi Zhou, Jonathan Balkind,
Alexey Lavrov, Mohammad Shahrad, and Samuel Payne
"Designing a Complex 25-Core Academic Processor"
WARP, June 2015.
[Princeton Piton Processor]
Yanqi Zhou, and David Wentzlaff
"The Sharing Architecture: Sub-core Configurability for IaaS Clouds"
ASPLOS , March 2014.
Rising Stars in EECS
Princeton Wu Fellowship
Microsoft Research PhD Fellowship