Xin-Chuan (Ryan) Wu

I am a research scientist in quantum computing at Intel Labs. My research interests include quantum architecture, quantum compilers, supercomputing systems and computer architecture. I received my PhD from the University of Chicago, where I was advised by Prof. Fred Chong. Before my PhD, I had 7 years of experience in Linux kernel driver development for mobile devices as a senior software engineer at ASUS Computer. Prior to that, I received my M.S. degree from National Taiwan University and my B.S. degree from National Chiao Tung University.



Research Interests:

Quantum Computing, Supercomputing, Compiler, Computer Architecture, HW/SW Co-Design

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Professional Experience:

- Conducted extensive research and development in quantum architecture, advancing Intel's capabilities in the field of quantum computing.

- Lead an LLVM-based quantum compiler open-source project.

- Developed a C++ full-stack system for quantum programming.

- Bridged the software system to the hardware controller.

- Contributed to the development of the Intel Quantum SDK, enhancing functionality, reliability, and user experience.

- Implemented runtime calibration library for qubit chips.

- Managed and maintained comprehensive documentation for developers and users of the Intel Quantum SDK

- Present the SDK and organize multiple tutorials at conferences.

- Quantum Circuit Optimization by Using Synthesis

- ILP-Based Scheduling for Linear-Tape Model Trapped-Ion Quantum Computers

- Achieving Higher Fidelity on a Trapped-Ion Linear-Tape Quantum Computing Architecture

- Full State Quantum Circuit Simulation by Using Data Compression

- Software lead for Linux kernel driver development and system integration for Android systems.

- Managed international specialized team working on system stability issues in North America, analyzed technical reports for system adoption, and reported findings to clients.

- Managed projects in North America and collaborated with Google, Verizon, T-Mobile, and AT&T.

- Scouted for innovative ideas to further develop ASUS's mobile devices and evaluate adoption of new products to expand company's project profiles internationally.

- Products: Google Nexus Player, Google Nexus 7 (2013), ASUS ZenFone Series

- Linux kernel driver development

- Integrated Android system, Linux kernel low-level debugging, and embedded system software development.

- Implemented Linux kernel i2c driver for touch screen, touch pad, and keyboard.

- Designed embedded system software, focusing on bootloader GPIOs configuration and Linux driver development.

- Products: Google Nexus Player (2012), ASUS Transformer Pad Series

- Board support package (BSP) development and board bring-up

- Analyzed system stability and performance. 

- Lead engineer for developing embedded system battery driver.

- Products: Garmin-ASUS Smart Phone (A50/A10) Series


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