I’m also known as Chi Zhang, where Zhang is my last name. As the name is too common in Chinese culture (there are at least four students of this name in my school), I would be happy if you could call me Alex Chi (or 迟策).
I’m a sophomore undergraduate student majoring in Computer Science at Shanghai Jiao Tong University.
Expected to graduate in 2022.
Currently I have research interest in computer systems. I made a RISC-V simulator after reading CS:APP and CA:AQA. I adapted Tomasulo algorithm and Speculation of a single float unit to a fully-functional RISC-V simulator.
💻 RISC-V Simulator of RV32I ISA. Out-of-order execution with Tomasulo algorithm and Speculation. Now with detailed runtime information and a full report on this project.View on GitHub
Recently I took part in SJTU CTF 2019, a kind of information security competition. There’s no general procedure for solving these problems. To tackle these interesting challenges, I applied some tools already known to me and then solved them with my own innovative ideas.
❓ Solutions and exploitation snippets for SJTU CTF 2019View on GitHub
I am capable of using web-based tools to visualize data and create user-friendly UI.
🌈 BlueSense is a low-cost IoT platform for collecting and visualizing environment data. It has been collecting climate data in Shanghai for over 2 years.
🌩️ An Online Judge built with PhalconPHP.View on GitHub
I’ve also implemented a variety of interesting things in distributed systems, computer graphics, and machine learning.
⛵ Raft Consensus Algorithm. gRPC for communication. Tested with a few cases.View on GitHub
⚡ A ray tracer implemented in Rust based on "Ray Tracing in One Weekend" featuring multi-threaded rendering and a variety of preset scenes.What did it render?
🔢 MNIST training of minimal dependency implemented in Rust. Trained with fully-connected layers.View on GitHub
In some team projects, I collaborated with other members on mechanical design, programming, oral reports and so on. I created programs on embedded platforms.
🎾 A robot automatically finds and fetches tennis balls on the ground. Use OpenCV on Android for computer vision. Final project for SJTU ME116 "IntroME".How does it work?
🌪️ An extensible task-based robot control system on STM32 embedded platforms made for SJTU RoboMaster Competition, using open-source toolchain OpenSTM32.View on GitHub
Last update on 23 October 2019