Shi Sha

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Email: ssha001@fiu.edu
Personal Web Page: https://sites.google.com/a/fiu.edu/ssha/
Research Name: Temperature and power or energy consumption on multi-core platform
Abstract Research: My current research mainly concentrates on the temperature and power or energy consumption problem on 3-D platform, with a focus on the interplay between temperature and leakage power consumption. The work includes the study of the system-level thermal models that can capture the temperature-leakage interdependency for system level analysis, and also to develop and validate novel and effective real-time scheduling techniques under both 2-D and 3-D multiple processor platforms. Research Slides
Publications:
  • Shi Sha, Jiawei Zhou, Chen Liu and Gang Quan, “Power and Energy Analysis on Intel Single-chip Cloud Computer System”, IEEE SoutheastCon 2012, Orlando, Florida, March 15-18, 2012
  • Ming Fan, Vivek Chaturvedi, Shi Sha and Gang Quan, “Feasibility Analysis for Temperature Constrained Real-Time Scheduling on Multi-core Platform”,  DAC – WiP Session 2013, Austin, TX, June 2-6, 2013
  • Ming Fan, Vivek Chaturvedi, Shi Sha and Gang Quan, “Thermal-Aware Energy Minimization for Real-Time Scheduling on Multi-core Systems”,  RTSS – WiP Session 2012, San Juan, Puerto Rico, December 5-7, 2012
Concentration: Ph.D. Student in Computer Engineering.Master of Science in Telecommunications Systems Management.

Bachelor in Electrical Engineering

Graduation date: Expect summer 2015

Florida International University