Honors and Awards: Eduardo D. Glandt Faculty Fellow, University of Pennsylvania – 2020; Graph Analytics System ranked No. 1 on Green Graph500 list – 2019; NSF Career Award – 2018; Best of CAL (Best Paper Award), IEEE Computer Architecture Letters – 2018; Dugald C. Jackson Faculty Scholar, University of Wisconsin-Madison – 2017; DARPA's Young Faculty Award – 2016; IBM High Value Patent Application Award – 2014; IBM Research Division Outstanding Technical Achievement Award – 2012; IBM invention achievement awards 2010-2014; Best Paper Award, VLSI Transactions, IEEE Circuits and Systems Society – 2013; IBM PhD Fellowship – 2008
Research Expertise: Architecture and Compilers | Machine Learning | Distributed Systems| VLSI | Microelectronics
Dr. Jing (Jane) Li is the Eduardo D. Glandt Faculty Fellow and Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical and System Engineering at the University of Pennsylvania. Her research interests include software/hardware co-design for both legacy and emerging applications, with a strong emphasis on real hardware demonstration through architecting, designing, fabricating and testing new hardware prototypes both at chip level and system level. She was the Dugald C. Jackson Assistant Professor at the University of Wisconsin – Madison from 2015-2019 and a faculty affiliate with the UW-Madison Computer Architecture group and Machine Learning group. She is one of the PIs in SRC JUMP center – Center for Research on Intelligent Storage and Processing-In-Memory (CRISP). She spent her early career at IBM T. J. Watson Research Center as a Research Staff Member after obtaining her Ph.D. from Purdue in 2009.
Ph.D. Electrical and Computer Engineering – Purdue University