Jun Yang received her PhD degree from the Computer Science Department, The University of Arizona. She was an assistant professor of Computer Science and Engineering at University of California, Riverside from 2002 to 2006. She joined the Electrical and Computer Engineering of University of Pittsburgh in 2006. Dr. Yang has received a best paper award in ICCD 2007, and co-authored a paper that was nominated for best paper award in HPCA-15, 2009. Dr. Yang is a recipient of NSF CAREER award in 2008. She is a member of ACM and IEEE.

Jun Yang's research interests include computer architecture, microprocessors, power and thermal management techniques, memory hierarchy, chip multiprocessors, network-on-chip, and 3D chip integration. Specifically, her recent projects have focused on emerging memory technologies, interconnection networks for many-core on chip, 3D integration, reliability, and power and thermal management for CMPs.

Research Projects


ECE 2162 Computer Architecture
ECE 3162 Advanced Computer Architecture
ECE 2195 Special Topics: Modern Computer Processor and System Architecture
ECE/CoE 0142 Computer Organization
ECE/CoE 1896 Senior Design Projects

Recent Professional Activities

Organizing Committee ASPLOS 2010 (Finance and Registration Chair)
ISVLSI 2009 (Finance and Registration Chair)
ISPASS 2009 (Workshop and Tutorial Chair)

PhD Students