Former International Visitors
Josiah Wan is an undergraduate senior student studying Electrical Engineering at the University of Washington (Seattle) in the United States. Interested in Embedded Computing System and FPGA. Joined Dr. Ray Cheung’s CALAS group since July 2022.
Mr. Man-Kit Sit received his BEng in Computer Engineering in 2016 from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong. He got his MSc in Information Technology in 2018 from Keio University, Japan. He is a Ph.D. student at Imperial College London, UK. He is also now a research assistant in the CALAS group since March 2020.
His research interests include:
– Distributed Systems
– Hardware Security
– Hardware Acceleration
Dr. Runbin Shi received his BEng, MSc in Electronic Engineering in 2013 and 2016 at Soochow University. He obtained his PhD at the University of Hong Kong, December 2020. He joined Dr. Ray’s CALAS group in January 2021.
His research interests cover:
* better abstraction of different application domains (e.g., machine learning, graph mining and tensor contraction);
* scalable domain-specific architecture and customized instruction set;
* compilation strategy for optimal workload scheduling.
Wang Yaqi (2020)
She is a visiting student from Shandong University, majoring in Communication Engineering. She joined Dr. Ray’s CALAS group in April 2020 until Aug 2020.
Her research interests include:
- Hardware implementation of the lightweight cipher
- FPGA System designs and developments
Visiting CALAS from April 2020 – ongoing, from Shangdong University, China
Mr. Daniele Venier (2019) is an undergraduate student studying Computer Engineering at the Politecnico di Milano in Milan, Italy. He came to CityU as an exchange student during his 3rd year. Daniele has previously participated in international competitions in competitive programming and cybersecurity and worked at several companies as a developer. He approached Dr. Ray C. C. Cheung in order to do research in the field of cryptography.
Current research interests include
– post-quantum cryptography
– cryptographic hardware implementation on FPGA
Visiting CALAS from Sept 2019 – Dec 2019, from Italy
Choi Ching Lam is a student at the Diocesan Girls’ School, keenly interested in Computer Vision and Scientific Computing. She is an open-source enthusiast with a deep appreciation for Julia and Python. Presently an intern at NVIDIA’s AI Tech Center, Ching Lam aspires to become a Machine Learning researcher.
We welcome international students to come and visit our group in Hong Kong. Please contact Dr. Ray for any openings.