PhD Student
Department of Computer Science
Stanford University
Office: 306 Gates
owhsu [at] stanford [dot] edu
Curriculum Vitae

I am a computer science PhD student at Stanford University advised by Professor Kunle Olukotun and Professor Fredrik Kjolstad. I currently work on mapping sparse tensor expressions to domain-specific hardware, architectures, and accelerators through the taco compiler. My research interests also broadly include computer architecture, computer and programming systems, compilers, programming models and languages, and digital circuits/VLSI.

I graduated from the University of California, Berkeley in 2019 with a degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS). At Berkeley, I was fortunate enough to be advised by Professor Vladimir Stojanovic and work with Panagiotis Zarkos on novel applications of silicon-photonics.

Publications

Fully Integrated Electronic-Photonic Ultrasound Receiver Array for Endoscopic Imaging Applications in a Zero-Change 45nm CMOS-SOI Process
Panagiotis Zarkos, Sidney Buchbinder, Christos Adamopoulos, Sarika Madhvapathy, Olivia Hsu, Jake Whinnery, Pavan Bhargava, and Vladimir Stojanovic
VLSI Symposium, June 2021
Monolithically Integrated Electronic-Photonic Ultrasound Receiver Using Microring Resonator
Panagiotis Zarkos, Sidney Buchbinder, Christos Adamopoulos, Olivia Hsu, Sarika Madhvapathy, Jake Whinnery, Pavan Bhargava, and Vladimir Stojanovic
Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics (CLEO), May 2021
Ring Resonator Based Ultrasound Detection in a Zero-Change Advanced CMOS-SOI Process
Panagiotis Zarkos, Olivia Hsu, and Vladimir Stojanovic
Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics (CLEO), Issue JW2A.78, May 2019
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Teaching

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Projects

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Press

Olivia Hsu to give speech at national IEEE-HKN virtual graduation celebration
Berkeley EECS News
Ph.D. Candidate at Stanford University Named IEEE-HKN Outstanding Student of the Year for 2019
The Bridge
Women's History in EECS
Berkeley EECS Newsletter
Arthur M. Hopkin Award
Berkeley EECS