Changhee Jung

Associate Professor
Department of Computer Science
Purdue University

305 N. University Street West Lafayette, IN 47907

Office: LWSN 3154G

Phone: (765) 494-8508, Fax: (765) 496-1640

Email: chjung at purdue (_dot_) edu

Ph.D., Georgia Tech, 2013

    My research interests are in compilers and computer architecture, with an emphasis on performance, reliability, and security. I have developed program analysis and microarchitecture optimization techniques for soft error resilience, concurrency bug detection, and system security such as memory safety and Linux kernel permission check. Currently, I am working on energy-efficient intermittent computation and nonvolatile memory crash consistency. To come up with cost-effiective solutions, I often leverage compiler-architecture codesign and repurpose existing hardware features.

    Prior to joining Purdue, I was an Assistant Professor at Virginia Tech which I joined after completing my PhD under the superision of Prof. Santosh Pande at Georgia Tech in 2013. During the three summers between 2010 and 2012, I worked as a software engineering intern with the compiler optimization team at Google. From 2005 to 2008, I was a member of the research staff at ETRI (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute). I am honored to receive an NSF CAREER Award in 2018.


  • Open positions for graduate students and postdocs.
    Email me your CV, if you are interested in compilers and computer architecture.

  • Congratulations to Tong for successfully defending his PhD thesis!

  • I am serving as the program chair for LCTES 2020. Submit your best work!

  • The CoSpec paper accepted to MICRO 2019. Congratulations to Jongouk and Qingrui!

  • The PeX paper accepted to USENIX Security 2019. Congratulations to Tong!

  • I will be joining the Department of Computer Science at Purdue University as an Associate Professor.

  • A paper accepted to RTAS 2019. Congratulations to Jongouk!

  • I am co-charing HIPS 2019 with Neha Gholkar (Intel). Submit your best work!

  • The BOGO paper accepted to ASPLOS 2019. Congratulations to Tong!

  • 2 papers (iDO and Sampler) accepted to MICRO 2018! Congratulations to Qingrui and Tong!

  • Congratulations to Qingrui for successfully defending his PhD thesis!

  • A new grant awarded from NSF CSR

  • The CommAnalyzer paper accepted to HPDC 2018. Congratulations to Ahmed!

  • Received an NSF CAREER Award

  • The nAdroid paper accepted to CGO 2018. Congratulations to Xinwei!

  • The AutoMatch paper accepted to IISWC 2017. Congratulations to Ahmed!

  • The BenchPrime paper accepted to EMSOFT 2017. Congratulations to Qingrui, Xiaolong, and Larry!

  • The ProRace paper accepted to ASPLOS 2017. Congratulations to Tong!

  • Received AMD Faculty Research Award

  • A paper accepted to MICRO 2016. Congratulations to Qingrui!

  • A paper accepted to SC 2016 as Best Student Paper Finalist. Congratulations to Qingrui!

  • A paper accepted to NVMSA 2016. Congratulations to Qingrui!

  • A journal paper accepted to ACM TECS. Congratulations to Qingrui!

  • The TxRace paper accepted to ASPLOS 2016. Congratulations to Tong!

  • A new patent granted!
    It was proposed to improve TCMalloc, Google 's open-source memory allocator, but would be applicable to other allocators. If you are interested in it, please take a look at US Patent 9063668.

  • Received Google Faculty Research Award

  • A new grant awarded from NSF CCF

  • The Clover paper accepted to LCTES 2015. Congratulations to Qingrui!

  • I will be serving as the Publicity and Publications Chair for ASPLOS 2016.
    Please consider submitting your best work!

  • 2 papers accepted to ICSE 2014!


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