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Zheng Zhang

Associate Professor
(848) 445-8310
CoRE 315
Office Hours: 

Wednesday 5:00-6:00pm

Research Area: 
Dynamic Program Optimization
Locality Enhancement
Many-core Accelerator Architecture
Information Tracking and Protection
Performance Debugging and Modeling
Deptment of Computer Science
Rutgers University
110 Frelinghuysen Road
Piscataway, NJ 08854, USA



I am an Associate Professor in Computer Science at Rutgers University. I am also a faculty affiliate with Rutgers Discovery Informatics Institute (RDI2). My research is generally in the area of compilers and programming systems. I am interested in revealing and exploiting the impacts of modern computing platforms on every aspect of social life, from ultra-low power devices to ubiquitous mobile platforms and to massively parallel many-core accelerators. My group's research is currently funded by NSF and Department of Education GAANN fellowship.

Awards & Distinctions: 
  • Google Faculty Research Award, 2014
  • Google Anita Borg Scholarship, 2011
  • Best Paper Award, PPoPP 2010
  • Best Student Paper Award, QEST 2008
Personal News: 
  • Graduate RA positions available. Please send me your resume if you are interested in system research.
  • Two undergrad RA positions available.
  • Paper on binary interface GPU compiler accepted to Middleware'16.
  • Paper on GPU cache organization accepted to ICS'16.
  • Paper on soft error detection accepted to HPDC'16.


Grant Awards: 
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A.B. Hayes, L. Li, D. Chavarria, S.L. Song, E.Z. Zhang

The 17th ACM/IFIP/USENIX Middleware Conference (Middleware 2016)
December, 2016

L. Li, A.B. Hayes, S. Song, E.Z. Zhang

The 30th ACM International Conference on Supercomputing (ICS 2016)
June, 2016

A.B. Hayes, E.Z. Zhang

The 28th ACM International Conference on Supercomputing (ICS 2014)
June, 2014
Classes Taught: 
  • Fall 2012: 01:198:515 Programming Languages and Compilers I.
  • Spring 2013: 01:198:415 Compilers.
  • Fall 2013: 01:198:671 Seminar: Parallel Programming in the Many-Core Era.
  • Spring 2014: 01:198:415 Compilers.
  • Fall 2014: 01:198:314 Compilers.
  • Spring 2015: 01:198:516 Programming Languages and Compilers II .

Research Projects

Current advances in computer science and other disciplines rely on the massive computation...