Lingchuan "LC" Meng, PhD

Senior Engineer at Qualcomm Research Silicon Valley
Department of Computer Science, Drexel University
Email lingchuan.meng AT drexel DOT edu

Lingchuan Meng received his PhD degree in Computer Science from Drexel University in 2015. He has been advised by Dr.Jeremy Johnson. His research interests are in the intersection of symbolic computation, automatic performance tuning and compiler techniques. After graduation, he joined Qualcomm Research Silicon Valley as a senior engineer (LinkedIn profile).

Research Projects

SPIRAL Software/hardware generation for DSP algorithms by Drexel University, CMU and UIUC

HACMS High-Assurance Cyber Military Systems intiated by DARPA

GMP GNU Multiple Precision Arithmetic Library

Human bone scan analysis and classification, Drexel University College of Medicine

Swarm intelligence, ISR at University of Maryland


P6 L. Meng. Automatic Library Generation and Performance Tuning for Modular Polynomial Multiplication. Doctoral thesis 2015
P5 L. Meng, J. Johnson. High Performance Implementation of the ITFT. PASCO 2014
P4 L. Meng, J. Johnson. High Performance Implementation of the TFT. ISSAC 2014
P3 L. Meng, J. Johnson. Auto. Parallel Library Gen. for General-Size Modular FFT Algorithms. CASC 2013
P2 L. Meng, J. Johnson. Towards Parallel General-Size Library Gen. for Poly. Mul.. ACM Communications in Computer Algebra 47(3), 2013
P1 L. Meng, Y. Voronenko, J. Johnson, et al. Spiral-Generated Modular FFT Algorithms. PASCO 2010

Teaching and TA

A major part of his teaching/TA experience is about using Maple to teach engineering students to create math models and write programs. Other courses he's guest lectured/assisted before include:

Honors and Awards

Graduate Research Award Drexel University. 2015
Jay Modi Memorial Award for Academic Excellence Drexel University. 2015
Drexel ITA Award Drexel University. 2014
Best Poster Award East Coast Computer Algebra Day. 2014
SIAM Student Travel Award SIAM Parallel Processing and Scientific Computing. 2014
Distinguished Poster Award International Symposium on Symbolic and Algebraic Computation. 2013
Dean's Fellowship Drexel University College of Engineering. 2010


PASCO 2015 Bath, UK.
ISSAC 2014 Kobe University, Kobe, Japan.
ECCAD 2014 Duke University, Durham, North Carolana.
SIAM PP 2014 Portland, Oregon.
CASC 2013 Konrad Zuse-Zentrum für Informationstechnik Berlin (ZIB), Berlin, Germany.
ISSAC 2013 Northeastern University, Boston, MA.
ECCAD 2013 US Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD.
ECCAD 2011 University of Waterloo, Waterloo, GA.
ECC 2010 Microsoft Research in Redmond, WA.
PASCO 2010 External reviewer. Grenoble, France.
ECCAD 2010 Emory University, Atlanta, GA.
ACA 2009 École de technologie supérieure, Montreal, Canada.

He's built and been maintaining the alumni website for his alma mater Harbin Institute of Technology. He also served as a representative of the Computer Science Department at the EGA during 2011-12.

Interesting Links

Last Updated: Jan. 2016