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Larry Weidong Shi

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Computer Science Department
University of Houston
501 Philip G. Hoffman Hall
Houston, TX 77204-3010

Office: Phillip G. Hoffman Hall (PGH) 567
Tel: 713 743 3045
Fax: 713 743 3335
Email: $_ = "wshi3XXuhYYedu"; s/XX/@/; s/YY/./;

 
Weidong Shi (Larry)(external link) received his Ph.D. of Computer Science from Georgia Institute of Technology where he did research in computer architecture and computer systems. Mr. Shi was previously a senior research staff engineer at Motorola Research Lab, Nokia Research Center, and co-founder of a technology startup. Currently, he is employed as associate professor by University of Houston. In the past, he contributed to design of multiple Nvidia platform products and was credited to published Electronic Art console game. In addition, he authored and co-authored over 80 publications covering research problems in computer architecture, computer systems, security, multimedia/graphical processing systems, biometrics, and mobile computing. He has multiple issued and pending USPTO patents.

Mr. Shi is involved in BTI(external link) and he is the organizer of Houston's meetup group on blockchain.

Services

Workshop Chairing

  • HASP'13-17. Workshop on Hardware and Architectural Support for Security and Privacy. In Conjunction with ISCA since 2013.
  • HASP'12. Workshop on Hardware and Architectural Support for Security and Privacy. In Conjunction with MICRO 2012. Vancouver, Canada.
  • MobiCloud’10. Workshop on Mobile Computing and Clouds. In Conjunction with MobiCASE, Santa Clara, CA, 2010.
  • MASVDC’10. Workshop on Mirco Architectural Support for Virtualization, Data Center Computing, and Clouds. In Conjunction with MICRO, Atlanta, GA, 2010.
  • MobiSense’11. Workshop on Emerging Mobile Sensing Technology. In Conjunction with Pervasive, CA, 2011.

Places Worked for in the Past

Education

Some Products I Helped Develop

  • Image Nforce 4 Professional of Nvidia.
  • Image EA's Console Game

Publications


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