About


My name is Shih-Wei Li (黎士瑋). I am a PhD cadidate studying computer science at Columbia University. I work with Professor Jason Nieh in the Software Systems Lab. My research interests span across areas in operating systems, virtualization, security and mobile computing. Currently, I focus on topics in ARM virtualization.

I am from Taipei, Taiwan. I got my B.S. from National Chiao Tung University in 2009 and M.S. from National Tsing Hua University in 2012, both in computer science. I worked with Professor Yeh-Ching Chung and Wei-Chung Hsu on ARMvirsor – a hypervisor for ARM devices during my master study. I have joined Professor John Kubiatowicz’s group in PARLab at UC Berkeley as a visiting researcher and worked on Tessellation OS.

You can find more about my past and ongoing projects, the list of my publications and some ways to reach me.

I like music (mostly rock bands and indie artists), movies, baseball, travelling and explore New York City. Although I usually have a busy schedule, I try to sneak into local music venues whenever possible.