Yue Wu is a fourth-year Ph.D. student at Yale University, advised by Lin Zhong and Shruti Puri. His research focuses on building systems to enable Fault-Tolerant Quantum Computation (FTQC), with a co-design of algorithm, system architecture and programming language. One of the most challenging system component in FTQC is the Quantum Error Correction (QEC) decoder, which must meet the sub-microsecond latency while solving a global optimization problem. He proposed an extremely-fast, parallel decoding algorithm (Fusion Blossom), and is working on an RTL-level hardware decoder design (Micro Blossom). By building the whole system, he is thrilled to advance real-time QEC decoding research with elegant system design and open-sourced implementation.
Yue Wu got his bachelor degree at Peking University, advised by Chenren Xu at SOAR. His research interests concentrated on computer systems, specifically, wireless systems and embedded systems. He developed both practical and analytical skills for research.
Doctor of Philosophy (Computer Science), 2020-TBD
Summer Research in RECG, 2018 and 2019
Bachelor of Science (Computer Science), 2016-2020