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Di Wu

(Pronounced as Dee Woo)

Di Wu is a tenure-track assistant professor in the Department of ECE at the University of Central Florida. He received his PhD degree from the Department of ECE at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and his Bachelor's and Master's degrees from Fudan University. His research interests broadly spread out in emerging areas of computer architecture and system. His research has been recognized with Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship Finalist in 2019, IEEE Micro Top Pick in 2021, Wisconsin Distinguished Graduate Fellowship in 2022, Machine Learning and Systems Rising Star in 2023, ASPLOS Distinguished Artifact Evaluation Award in 2024 and The Harold Peterson Outstanding Dissertation Award in 2024. He served on the program committee for DAC, HPCA, ICCAD, ICCD, ISCA, IISWC, and ISPASS, etc., served as reviewers for TACO, TC, TCAD, TCAS-I, TECS and TRETS, etc., and served on NSF CISE panels. He also organized multiple contests and workshops for emerging computing.

In addition to research, I am also interested in animals and sports.

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