Bio

I am a final year Ph.D. student in Department of Computer Science at College of William and Mary, advised by Dr. Bin Ren. Currently, I am having an internship in High-performance Computing group of Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, mentored by Dr. Gokcen Kestor.

Research Interest

Compiler support for parallel computing and security improvement:

  • High-performance compiler construction (with MLIR);
  • Compiler static analysis and code transformation (with LLVM);
  • Runtime optimization.

Publications

[Under Submission] Ruiqin Tian, Luanzheng Guo, Jiajia Li, Bin Ren, Gokcen Kestor. A High-Performance Sparse Tensor Algebra Compiler in Multi-Level IR. Arxiv.

[WHPC’2020] Ruiqin Tian, Jiajia Li, Bin Ren, Gokcen Kestor. High-Performance Sparse Tensor Algebra Compiler. The 11th International Women in High Performance Computing Workshop (WHPC), in conjunction with ACM/IEEE International Conference for High-Performance Computing, Networking, Storage, and Analysis (SC). 2020. (Poster)

[LCPC’2020] Erdal Mutlu, Ruiqin Tian, Bin Ren, Sriram Krishnamoorthy, Roberto Gioiosa, Jacques Pienaar and Gokcen Kestor. COMET: A Domain-Specific Compilation of High-Performance Computational Chemistry. The 33rd Workshop on Languages and Compilers for Parallel Computing (LCPC), October, 2020. Arxiv(Full paper)

[ASE’2020] Hongyu Liu*, Ruiqin Tian*, Bin Ren, and Tongping Liu (*equal contribution). Prober: Practically Defending Overflows with Page Protection. The 35th IEEE/ACM International Conference on Automated Software Engineering (ASE), September, 2020. (Acceptance Rate: 93/414 = 22.5%).

[CGO’19] Ruiqin Tian*, Junqiao Qiu*, Zhijia Zhao, Xu Liu, Bin Ren (* co-primary). Transforming Query Sequences for High-Throughput B+ Tree Processing on Many-core Processors. The 2019 International Symposium on Code Generation and Optimization (CGO), February, 2019. (Acceptance Rate: 21/69 = 31%)

[JOCA’15] Ruiqin Tian, Jinzhao Wu, Ding Tang. Design and implementation of light-weight rules engine on IoT gateway. Journal of Computer Applications, 2015, 35(4): 1035-1039.

Awards and Services

  • NSF Student Travel Grant CGO’19
  • SIGPLAN PAC Award CGO’19
  • ASPLOS 2018 Student Travel Grants
  • Outstanding Graduates (2012, Top 20/100)
  • National Scholarship (2011, Top 1/200).

Sub-reviewer: ICS 2021, ICCD 2020, TPDS SS AI 2020, NPC 2020, BIGCOM 2019, ICCCN 2019, HIPS19, ipdrm17

Teaching Assistant: Computer Organization(Spring 2017), Simulation(Fall 2016), Data Structure (Fall 2015, Spring 2016).