SE12 Computer Laboratory
University of Cambridge
15 JJ Thomson Avenue
Cambridge CB3 0FD
Welcome to my personal website!
I am Dr. Wei Song, a Research Associate working in the Computer Laboratory at University of Cambridge, Cambridge, Unitied Kingdom.
Born somewhere in 1983, I spent most of my childhood in Wuhan, China. Just before the new year's eve of 2000, I moved to Beijing with my parents. One year later, I entered Beijing University of Technology studying electornic control systems. Both my B.S.EE and M.S.EE degrees were obtained from this university in 2005 and 2008 respectively. In the second year of my Master, I recevied a full Ph.D. scholarship from the University of Manchester. Therefore, I went to Manchester after the summer of 2007 to study asynchronous on-chip networks for multi-processor systems. A Ph.D. degree was awarded in 2011. I worked as an Research Associate (postdoc) in the same group for another three years research the analysis of large scale RTL designs. In the November of 2014, I moved to the Computer Laboratory at University of Cambridge, also working as a Research Associate.
My research area include network-on-chips, asynchronous circuits, reconfigurable circuits, logic synthesis, embedded system, computer architecture and software designs.