Bio


Keyi is a PhD student advised by Mark Horowitz. His current research interest is in agile hardware design, such as hardware generator and place and route algorithms. He received B.S. in Computer Science and Engineering from Bucknell University.

All Publications


  • Learning in situ: a randomized experiment in video streaming Yan, F. Y., Ayers, H., Zhu, C., Fouladi, S., Hong, J., Zhang, K., Levis, P., Winstein, K., USENIX Assoc USENIX ASSOC. 2020: 495–511
  • Creating an Agile Hardware Design Flow Bahr, R., Barrett, C., Bhagdikar, N., Carsello, A., Daly, R., Donovick, C., Durst, D., Fatahalian, K., Feng, K., Hanrahan, P., Hofstee, T., Horowitz, M., Huff, D., Kjolstad, F., Kong, T., Liu, Q., Mann, M., Melchert, J., Nayak, A., Niemetz, A., Nyengele, G., Raina, P., Richardson, S., Setaluri, R., Setter, J., Sreedhar, K., Strange, M., Thomas, J., Torng, C., Truong, L., Tsiskaridze, N., Zhang, K., IEEE IEEE. 2020
  • A Framework for Adding Low-Overhead, Fine-Grained Power Domains to CGRAs Nayak, A., Zhang, K., Setaluri, R., Carsello, A., Mann, M., Richardson, S., Bahr, R., Hanrahan, P., Horowitz, M., Raina, P., DiNatale, G., Bolchini, C., Vatajelu, E. I. IEEE. 2020: 846–51
  • Online Model Distillation for Efficient Video Inference Mullapudi, R., Chen, S., Zhang, K., Ramanan, D., Fatahalian, K., IEEE IEEE COMPUTER SOC. 2019: 3572–81