Hao Zhuang

IEEE-style Biography:

Hao Zhuang (S’11) received his Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from University of California, San Diego, CA, USA (UC San Diego) in 2016. Dr. Zhuang is now a software engineer at Google, Mountain View, CA, USA. His current research interests are numerical and optimization algorithms, with the applications in modeling and analysis of large-scale dynamical systems, design automation for VLSI design, signal processing, high-performance computing and distributed systems for machine learning and data analytics.

Before Google, he worked at SYNOPSYS Inc., Mountain View, CA, and ANSYS, Inc., San Jose, CA, where he developed algorithms for VLSI dynamic power network simulation and large-scale circuit analysis, which provided the industrial standard of chip power sign-off. He was also one of the main software developers of RWCap, which is a parallel program for VLSI capacitance extraction field solver using random walk algorithms. At UC San Diego, he designed the numerical algorithms for large-scale circuit simulation using exponential integration MATEX, and optimization algorithms for electrostatics based VLSI global placement ePlace.

Dr. Zhuang was the recipient of Powell Fellowship and Qualcomm FMA Fellowship. He is a student member of IEEE, ACM and SIAM. He serves as reviewer for IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN OF INTEGRATED CIRCUITS AND SYSTEMS (TCAD), external reviewer for Design Automation Conference (DAC) and International Symposium on Physical Design (ISPD).

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