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Jing Li

Ph.D. Student
Cyber-Physical Systems Laboratory (CPSL)
Parallel Computing Technology Group
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Washington University in St. Louis

Office: Jolley Hall 217 (1 Brookings Drive, St. Louis, MO 63130)
E-mail: LastName.FirstName AT wustl DOT edu


News Archive
  • I am excited to be attending the Dagstuhl Seminar of Mixed Criticality on Multicore / Manycore Platforms in March 2017 in Dagstuhl, Germany.
  • I recently presented our paper "Randomized Work Stealing for Large Scale Soft Real-time Systems" at RTSS 2016 in Porto, Portugal.
  • In October 2016, I was selected to attend the Rising Stars workshop at CMU. The Rising Stars workshop brings together the world’s brightest women Ph.D. students, postdocs, and engineers/scientists, for two days of scientific interactions and career-oriented discussions aimed at the early stages of careers in academia.
  • In July 2016, I presented our work " Scheduling Parallelizable Jobs Online to Minimize Maximum Flow Time" at SPAA 2016 in California, USA.
  • In April 2016, I presented our paper "Mixed-Criticality Federated Scheduling for Parallel Real-Time Tasks" at RTAS 2016 in Vienna, Austria. Our paper got the Outstanding Paper Award!
  • In March 2016, I gave a talk of our paper "Work Stealing for Interactive Services to Meet Target Latency" at PPoPP 2016 in Barcelona, Spain.
  • In Summer 2014, I interned at Microsoft Research, Redmond. I worked with Sameh Elnikety, Yuxiong He and Kathryn McKinley to improve the tail latency of jobs in interactive cloud services, such as Bing search.
  • In August 2014, I presented our paper at RTCSA 2014 in Chongqing, China.
  • In September 2014, I was selected to attend the 2nd Heidelberg Laureate Forum as 1 of the 19 young researchers of the US delegation, sponsored by National Science Foundation (NSF) and Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU). The Heidelberg Laureate Forum (HLF) annually invites promising young researchers to interact and connect with the most accomplished minds in mathematics and computer science (recipients of the Abel Prize, the ACM A.M. Turing Award, the ACM Prize in Computing, the Fields Medal, and the Rolf Nevanlinna Prize).
  • In July 2013, I presented our work "Analysis of Global EDF for Parallel Tasks" at ECRTS 2013 in Paris, France. Our paper got the Outstanding Paper Award!