Hi! Here’s Siyuan (柴思远)! I am a first year Computer Science Ph.D. at UIUC advised by Prof. Tianyin Xu. I graduated from the BS/MS program at Northwestern University in Spring 2021. I have a broad interest in system research, and my current work focuses on operating systems and HW/SW codesgin for memory management. I am looking for Research Intern positions for Summer 2023.
At Northwestern, I worked closely with Prof. Peter Dinda in Prescience Lab. We focused on kernel-level development and operating system designs for new schemes of memory management. I tried out compiler research with Prof. Simone Campanoni; we worked to enhance compiler to produce parallel code by utilizing loop commutativity. In my earlier undergraduate years, I was also part of Image and Video Processing Lab led by Prof. Aggelos Katsaggelos. I built AI/ML tools in medical imaging.
M.S. in Computer Science, B.S. in Electrical Engineering, 2021
Ph.D. in Computer Science, 2026
CS 598 XU: Reliability of Cloud-Scale Systems
CS 336 Design & Analysis of Algorithms
Winter 2021, CS 343 Operating Systems with Prof. Peter Dinda
Winter 2020, CS 336 Design & Analysis of Algorithms with Prof. Konstantin Makarychev
Fall 2019, CS 336 Design & Analysis of Algorithms with Prof. Jason Hartline
Spring 2019, CS 336 Design & Analysis of Algorithms with Prof. Jason Hartline
Spring 2018, ESE 205 Introduction to Engineering Design with Prof. James Feher
Besides working with computers, I love long-distanced running and cycling. I also enjoy playing soccer, and I am always impressed by skills of Kevin De Bruyne. I recently grow intrigued by Peking Opera; check this out if you want to get a taste of it.