I am an Associate Professor in Computer Science at Temple University. My research interest has been in decentralized high performance parallel computing. My professional training includes BS in computer engineering at the Shanghai Jiaotong University in China, MS and Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania in Software Engineering with a focus on decentralized econometric simulation protocol. I am interested in programming and languages since many research challenges are rooted the ways we create programs. My interest in scripting languages was more recent, especially when scripting languages continued to gaining importance in the web-centric scientific research and in business applications.
CIS 5015 was created in collaboration with the graduate BioInformatics Program at Temple University. It is now offered as an elective for the online graduate MS/IST program.
Yuan Shi, Reevaluating Amdahl’s Law and Gustafson’s Law, onlne: www.researchgate.net/publication/228367369_Reevaluating_Amdahl's_law_and_Gustafson's_law, 1996
Justin Y. Shi, The scalability dilemma and the case for decoupling, HPCwire.com, online: www.hpcwire.com/2016/03/30/scalability-dilemma-and-case-for-decoupling/, 2016
Justin Shi, System and Method for Network-scale Reliable Parallel Computing (Active Content Addressable Networking), Patent US/14.11.16/USP201662421642, 2018.