Dr. Rujia Wang is an assistant professor at Computer Science Department, Illinois Institute of Technology. She graduated from University of Pittsburgh with M.S. and Ph.D. degree in 2015 and 2018, and Zhejiang University with B.E. in 2013.
🏢: Stuart Building 208F
I do research in computer architecture and system area, including:
- Scalable memory systems,
- Secure and reliable architecure,
- High performance computing.
- [Research Paper] Our paper on cache management has been accepted at HPCA’23. This work advances cache performance in large-scale computing system.
- [Award] Jiya received 2nd place winner on ACM Student Research Competition at MICRO’22. Congrats to her!
- [Service] Serve as TPC for ISCA’23, IPDPS’23, HASP’22.
- [Research Paper] Our paper “DNNCloak: Secure DNN Models Against Memory Side-channel Based Reverse Engineering Attacks” was accepted at ICCD’22.
- [Grant] Our research on computer architecture and security receives an NSF CNS Core award. Thank you for the support.
- [Research Paper] Our collaborative work, “SampleMine: A Framework for Applying Random Sampling to Subgraph Pattern Mining through Loop Perforation “, was accepted at PACT’22.
- [Service] Serve as TPC for LCTES’22, MICRO’22(ERC), HPCA’23, ASPLOS’23
- [Service] MICRO’22 will take place in Chicago. I will serve as local arrangement co-chair for the event.
- [Service] I will serve as program committee track chair for IEEE International Conference on Computer Design (ICCD’22). Please submit your best paper!
- [Talk] I gave a research talk on HPC and memory architecture at Argonne-Illinois Tech Research Seminar.
- [Research Paper] Our paper, “PS-ORAM: Efficient Crash Consistency Support for Oblivious RAM on NVM”, was accepted at ISCA’22 after two-year of hard work. The acceptance rate is 16.7%. We thank all the reviewers for the constructive feedback.
- [Research Paper] Our collaborative work, “Minerva: Rethinking Secure Architectures for the Era of Fabric-Attached Memory Architectures”, was accepted at IPDPS’22.