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.
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