Welcome to HPDIC Lab

The High-Performance & Data-Intensive Computing (HPDIC) research lab conducts research on Artificial Intelligence, Databases, High-Performance Computing, and Computer Security. The Lab regularly publishes research findings at leading venues such as AAAI, PAMI, VLDB, CIDR, SC, PPoPP, and NDSS.

News:
  • 2020
    • [Feb.] Edge Computing Blockchain (a.k.a. DEAN) accepted by NDSS'20, San Diego, California.
    • [Feb.] Supply Chain Blockchain accepted by NDSS'20, San Diego, California.
    • [Feb.] Fine-Grained I/O Tracker (a.k.a. Reflector) accepted by PPoPP'20, San Diego, California.
    • [Feb.] Parallel Deep Learning (oral presentation) accepted by AAAI'20, New York, NY.
    • [Jan.] Cross-Blockchain Transactions accepted by CIDR'20, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
    • [Jan.] Grant proposal extending HPChain was recommended for funding at U.S. DOE.
  • 2019
  • 2018
  • 2017
    • [Sept.] Prof. Zhao received Microsoft Azure research grant.
    • [Aug.] Scientific Big-Data System Benchmarking accepted by VLDB'17, Munich, Germany.
    • [June] Prof. Zhao received Amazon Web Services research grant.
    • [Mar.] Distributed Scientific Metadata accepted by IEEE Trans. on Big Data.
    • [Feb.] Prof. Zhao founded HPDIC Lab at University of Nevada, Reno.
    • [Jan.] Prof. Zhao completed postdoctoral fellowship at University of Washington, Seattle.