Yishu DU


Education:

2019/12 -- 2022/12   PhD in Computer Science

                                          Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon, France

                                          Under the supervision of Yves Robert and Loris Marchal

                                          Thesis: Fault-tolerant algorithms for iterative applications and batch schedulers

2017/09 -- 2022/06   PhD in Applied Mathematics

                                          Tongji University, China

                                          Under the supervision of JunFeng Yin

                                          Thesis: Randomized iterations preconditioned Krylov subspace methods and their fault tolerance theories

2013/09 -- 2017/06   Bachelor of Mathematics

                                          Dalian University of Technology, China

                                          Graduated with the honor: Outstanding Graduates


Contact:

Laboratoire de l'Informatique du Parallélisme
Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon
46, allée d'Italie
69364 Lyon Cedex 07, France
Office: M7-207
Phone: (+33) 6 33 80 22 00
E-mail: yishu.du@ens-lyon.fr



Curriculum Vitae

CV


Research Direction

  • Parallel computing:   scheduling, fault-tolerance
  • Numerical algorithms:   numerical linear algebra, sparse linear solver


    Skills

  • Theory:   Algorithm Design, Discrete Mathematics, Numerical Linear Algebra, Probability
  • Programming:   C++, Python, R, Matlab, Linux, Latex
  • Language:   English, Chinese, French


    Publications

    Journals

    [1] Yi-Shu Du, Ken Hayami, Ning Zheng, Keiichi Morikuni, and Jun-Feng Yin. " Kaczmarz-type inner-iteration preconditioned flexible GMRES methods for consistent linear systems ". In: SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing (2021), S345--S366.

    [2] Yishu Du, Loris Marchal, Guillaume Pallez, and Yves Robert. " Optimal checkpointing strategies for iterative applications ". In: IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems (2021), pp. 507--522.

    [3] Jun-Feng Yin and Yi-Shu Du. " A class of preconditioners based on positive-definite operator splitting iteration methods for variable-coefficient space-fractional diffusion equations ". In: Communications on Applied Mathematics and Computation (2021), pp. 157--176.

    Conferences

    [1] Anne Benoit, Yishu Du, Thomas Herault, Loris Marchal, Guillaume Pallez, Lucas Perotin, Yves Robert, Hongyang Sun, and Frédéric Vivien. " Checkpointing à la Young/Daly: an overview ". In: IC3, the 14th Int. Conf. on Contemporary Computing. 2022.

    [2] Yishu Du, Loris Marchal, Guillaume Pallez, and Yves Robert. " Robustness of the Young/Daly formula for stochastic iterative applications ". In: 49th International Conference on Parallel Processing-ICPP. 2020, pp. 1--11.


    Academic Communication

  • 2020/08   49th International Conference on Parallel Processing (ICPP), Canada

                          Talk: Robustness of the Young/Daly formula for stochastic iterative applications

  • 2021/03   2nd Workshop on Numerical Algebra, Algorithms, and Analysis, Japan

                          Talk: Kaczmarz-type inner-iteration preconditioned flexible GMRES methods for consistent linear systems

  • 2021/05   SIAM Conference on Applied Linear Algebra (LA21), USA

                          Talk: Kaczmarz-type inner-iteration preconditioned flexible GMRES methods for consistent linear systems

  • 2021/12   13th Joint Laboratory for Extreme Scale Computing Workshop (JLESC), USA

                          Talk: Optimal checkpointing strategies for iterative applications

  • 2022/09   Workshop on Clusters, Clouds, and Data for Scientific Computing (CCDSC 2022), France

                          Talk: Improving Batch Schedulers with Node Stealing for Failed Jobs


    Research Internship

  • 2019/03 -- 2019/09   National Institute of Informatics, Tokyo, Japan

                                             An internship project in Japan aimed at sparse linear algebra solvers and funded thanks to the NII scholarship

                                             Duration: 6 months

  • 2016/09 -- 2017/06   Academy of Mathematics and System Science, Chinese Academy of Science, Beijing, China

                                             An internship program in Beijing aimed at sparse linear algebra solvers and funded thanks to the Loo-keng Hua scholarship

                                             Duration: 12 months


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    Speciality

  • Honors:   2014 Honorable Mention, American Mathematical Contest In Modeling; 2015 Third Prize in Chinese Mathematics Competition
  • Music:   The piano tenth level; The flute tenth level; a member of the university orchestra