Qualcomm, Northeastern University
Domain of Research: Artificial Intelligence,Security,Software Engineering and Quality,Artificial Intelligence,Big data analytics for security,Cloud Computing,Cryptography,Digital Circuits,High Performance Computing,Parallel and Distributed Computing,Security,Systems Architectures
Xin is currently a senior R&D engineer at Qualcomm. He got his Ph.D. majoring in computer engineer at Northeastern University in 2017. His research interests include computer arithmetic operations on hardware, hardware security and countermeasures, and heterogeneous computing system. The area includes computer arithmetic; hardware security and heterogeneous computing system using FPGA overlays. For computer arithmetic, an open source variable precision floating point library called VFLOAT is introduced for general FPGAs which is used by hundreds of researchers and engineers; for hardware security, he is the first to successfully attack the MAC-Keccak algorithm on FPGAs; for heterogeneous computing system, a system named SIFO is introduced which takes advantage of FPGA as an accelerator and compiler technology for the host to accelerate a secure function evaluation scheme (Garbled Circuits) in the data center. He is the reviewer/committee member of conferences such as FPGA(2012-2018), FCCM(2014-2017), HEART(2016-2018), Reconfig(2016-2017), COSADE(2017-2018) and Journals such as IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems, ACM Transactions on Architecture and Code Optimization, ACM Transactions on Reconfigurable Technology and Systems, Journal of Hardware and Systems Security, etc.