A bit about me

I am a third year PhD student in Department of Computer Science at Princeton University.
I am a member of the Liberty Research group, led by Prof. David I. August.

My research interest include computer architecture, security, and compilers. I am currently working on an architecture to enable secure hardware.

Before joining Princeton, I graduated with a Master of Science degree in Computer Engineering from Boston University. Where I worked with Prof. Martin Herbordt and focused on implementing 3D FFT on FPGAs

My publications

Humpries, B., Zhang, H., Sheng, J., Landaverde, R., and Herbordt, M. "3D FFTs on a Single FPGA", Field- Programmable Custom Computing Machines (FCCM), 2014 IEEE, May 2014 [abstract][PDF]

Sheng, J., Humpries, B., Zhang, H., and Herbordt, M. "Design of 3D FFTs with FPGA Clusters", High Performance Extreme Computing Conference (HPEC), 2014 IEEE, September 2014 [abstract][PDF]

Where I've worked

Mediatek, Inc May 2014 - August 2014

Semiconsoft, Inc July 2013 - December 2013

What I've taught

COS217 - Introduction to Programming Systems

COS333 - Advanced Programming Techniques

COS/ELE375 - Computer Architecture and Organization

EC527 - High Performance Programming with Multicore and GPUs

EC513 - Computer Architecture

What I've learned

COS597E - Advanced Topics in Computer Science: Securing Hardware

ELE575 - Parallel Computation

COS521 - Advanced Algorithm Design

COS561 - Advanced Computer Networks

COS424 - Interacting with Data

COS448 - Innovating Across Technology, Business & Markets

My hobbies

FPGA, Badminton, Model Kits