Tony Geng

Tong (Tony) Geng

  • Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Computer Science

PhD, Boston University, 2020

723 Computer Studies Building
(585) 275-1735


Short Biography

Dr. Tony Geng joined the ECE department at the University of Rochester as a tenure-track assistant professor in the fall of 2022. Before joining Rochester, Tony worked in the Physical & Computational Sciences Directorate (PCSD) at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) which is operated by the Department of Energy of the US government for 2 years. He received his Ph.D. in Computer Engineering at Boston University in 2020. His research interests are at the intersection of computer architecture & systems, machine learning, graph intelligence, accelerators for AI, and high-performance computing. He is the finalist for the Best Thesis Award of BU in 2021 and the recipient of the Outstanding Postdoc Award at PNNL in 2021. He has served on the TPC of top-tier conferences, e.g. HPCA, IPDPS, etc. Tony has published 45 papers and his papers have appeared in many prestigious conferences and journals including MICRO, HPCA, DAC, SC, TPDS, TC, ICS, etc.


Research Overview

Research Interests

  • Computer architecture
  • Graph learning
  • Machine learning
  • Accelerators for AI
  • High-performance computing