Dr. Min Si is an Assistant Computer Scientist at Argonne National Laboratory working with the Programming Models and Runtime Systems group led by Dr. Pavan Balaji. Min's research interests include communication runtime in high-performance computing and parallel programming models.
Min was previously an Enrico Fermi Postdoctoral Scholar of Argonne National Laboratory. She received the Ph.D. degree in computer science from the University of Tokyo in 2016, under the supervision of Prof. Reiji Suda and Prof. Yutaka Ishikawa. Her doctoral dissertation focused on the optimization of high performance message passing communication on massively parallel multi-/many-core architectures. Previously, she received the M.S. degree in science from the same university in 2012, supervised by Prof. Yutaka Ishikawa. In her master thesis, she worked on the direct communication facility for many-core based cluster systems.