ECE Alumnus Wins NSF Career Award

ECE alumnus, Xiaolin Li has been awarded the prestigious NSF CAREER award for his proposal titled "SMART: Scalable Adaptive Runtime Management Algorithms and Toolkit for Large-Scale Dynamic Scientific Applications," which is focused on integrating computation, communication, data, I/O, and energy considering in managing large scientific applications on high-end computing systems.

Dr. Xiaolin Li graduated from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering of Rutgers University with a PhD under the supervision of Dr. Manish Parashar in 2005, and has been with the Computer Science Department of Oklahoma State University since 2005. His proposed SMART toolkit is built on the GrACE/HRMS computational engine developed at Rutgers and further broadens its scope to loosely-coupled parallel and distributed paradigms and enriches it with new holistic algorithms.