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Selected Recognition

  • Best Paper Award, International Conference on Supercomputing, June 2021
  • Dean's Distinguished Professor, Aug. 2020 - July 2023
  • Winner of the IEEE TPDS Award for Editorial Excellence, 2021
  • NSF CAREER Awardee, 2015

Dr. Rong Ge is Professor in the School of Computing at Clemson University. Her research interest includes high performance computing, parallel and distributed systems, and performance and power analysis and modeling.

Dr. Ge co-directs the Scalable Computing and Analytics Lab with Dr. Xizhou Feng. The undergoing research explores novel systems and software design to improve performance, scalability, energy efficiency, and resilience of compute- and data-intensive applications on parallel and distributed systems. Particularly, it takes an experimental systems approach that combines system prototyping, profiling, modeling, and controlling, and develops theoretical foundations and enabling technologies to scalable computing and analytics.

Dr. Ge is a recipient of the NSF Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award in 2015. Before joining Clemson University she worked with Marquette University.