Hung-Wei is interested in designing innovative computer architectures, storage systems and runtime systems for data-intensive applications. Hung-Wei is now leading the Extreme Storage & Computer Architecture Laboratory. In addition to computer architecture, storage systems and runtime systems, Hung-Wei also has research experiences in many different areas including programming languages, compilers, embedded systems, computer networks and bioinformatics.
Hung-Wei Tseng received his PhD in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at University of California, San Diego, under the advising of Professor Dean Tullsen. His thesis work, ``Data-triggered threads'' was selected by IEEE Micro ``Top Picks from Computer Architecture'' in 2012. Prior to joining NC State University, Hung-Wei was a postdoctoral researcher for the Non-volatile Systems Laboratory of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at University of California, San Diego working with Professor Steven Swanson.

Research Areas

  • Architecture and Operating Systems
  • Cloud Computing
  • Parallel and Distributed Systems
  • Scientific and High Performance Computing


Fall Courses

  • CSC 501-002 LEC Operating Sys Prin   TTh 3:00pm-4:15pm   Room: 1021 Engineering Building 2