Kuan-Chieh Hsu (Jay)


Hi, currently I am a second-year PhD student in Computer Science and Engineering department at University of California, Riverside. I am a research assistant supervised by Dr. Hung-Wei Tseng in Extreme Storage & Computer Architecture Laboratory(ESCAL). I received my Master degree in Computer and Communication Engineering from National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan, in 2016. There, I worked on a HSA-Compatible General-purpose GPU simulator project in CASLAB and supervised by Dr. Chung-Ho Chen. Prior to this, I received my Bachelor degree with CGPA 3.91/4.00 in Electrical Engineering from National Cheng Kung University in 2014. Also, I was an exchange student in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science department at Auburn University in Fall 2013. Currently my research focuses on near-storage computing. We aim to provide a system framework that enables easy-programmable Python hints to automatically offload target machine code function onto SSD module. This work relieves the tense of memory-intensive workloads and rethinks conventional architecture design when facing memory wall issue. More detail about me can be reviewed in my CV.




University of California, Riverside 2018 – Present

National Cheng Kung University 2014 – 2016

National Cheng Kung University 2010 – 2014