About Me

My name is Shih-Wei Li (黎士瑋). I am a PhD cadidate in computer science at Columbia University. I work with Professor Jason Nieh in the Software Systems Lab.

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.


My research interests span across areas in operating systems, virtualization, security and mobile computing. Currently, I focus on topics in ARM virtualization.

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.



I like music, movies, baseball (but not the yankees), travelling and explore New York City. Although I usually have a busy schedule, I try to sneak into local music venues whenever possible.

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