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I am an associate professor in the School of Computational Science and Engineering (CSE) at Georgia Tech. My research is in the area of high-performance computing.

This year, I am also serving as both the Associate Chair of Academic Affairs in the School of CSE and as the Director of CSE Programs.

Research: The HPC Garage [@hpcgarage].
My lab is developing automated tools and techniques to tune, to analyze, and to debug software for parallel machines, including emerging high-end multi/manycore architectures and accelerators. We focus on applying these methods to CSE applications, which include computer-based simulation of natural and engineered systems and data analysis.

Please visit us at The HPC Garage.

Recent.
03/30/2014: ISCA’14 paper to appear
03/02/2014: GPGPU-7
02/18/2014: SIAM PP14
11/17/2013: Check us out at SC’13!
10/15/2013: VAPLS @ IEEE VIS’13

Roots.
I received my Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of California, Berkeley, in January 2004, in the BeBOP group, under Profs. James Demmel and Katherine Yelick. I was a post-doctoral researcher in the Center for Applied Scientific Computing at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, where I worked with Dr. Dan Quinlan on the ROSE project.

Though my last name looks vaguely Slavic, I'm actually a Vietnamese-American. It's a long story.

Random.
I am a great admirer of human ingenuity, as exemplified by The Watts Towers in Los Angeles; Peeps Shows I II, III, and IV; Projekt P.I.W.O.; verse for geeks; and its seemingly inherent desire to bridge the gap between theory and practice; among others.

Working hard, or hardly working?

“Carpenter bee rampage!”

Engaged in the futile fight against carpenter bees.

“Awaiting The Big ‘O’.”

Staying warm at President Obama's inauguration.

“Booth moms.”

With Georgia Tech's SC'08 booth moms.

“Yard work?!”

Oh, how we used to love autumn and trees... (Note: Bag contains Agata, not me.)

“Cold Paduan.”

At Lucas Arts in the freezing-cold Presidio.

“We [heart] Berkeley.”

Revisiting the Campanile, where we walked by on our first “date”.

“Yodelayheehoo!”

View of Lake Neuchâtel from Chaumont, in Switzerland.

What's that smell?

Durian, the delectable yet repulsive fruit.

Grading final projects (Spring 2008).

Heavy drinking required.

“Chi–zu!”

Hangin' with Misutā Māshurūmu in Tōkyō.

Ebi-san and Gunkan-san: sushi superheroes.

2007 Halloween costumes.

Up against the wall.

Breakfast at Ria's Bluebird in the ATL.

“Hot stuff, coming through...”

Standing by a surface lava flow on the Big Island of Hawai'i.

Getting thrown out of somewhere, as usual.

Prague, Czech Republic.

Overlooking Capri from Sorrento.

Geek chic.

We certainly deserve each other.

Sampling a taste of Oaxaca at Guelaguetza in L.A.'s Korea-town.

A home away from home.

In front of the Capitol in Washington, D.C., where I grew up.

Ah, Roma.

A few members of the extended clan.

A few members of the extended clan.

A few members of the extended clan.

Lucky for you, this Tōkyō karaoke-night shot is a silent picture.

Warming up at the best coffee shop in Baltimore, the Sylvan Beach Cafe.

In the shadow of the magnificent Watts Towers.


Recognition.
2013: Lockheed Martin Excellence in Teaching
2012: SIAM Data Mining, Best Paper
2010: Gordon Bell Prize
2010: NSF CAREER Award
2010: GT CoC Outstanding Junior Faculty
2010: IPDPS Best Paper
2009: DARPA CSSG
2009: Raytheon Faculty Fellowship