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Meifeng Lin

Computational Scientist/Group Leader, High Performance Computing, Computational Science Init

Meifeng Lin

Brookhaven National Laboratory

Computational Science Init
Bldg. 725, Room 2-167
P.O. Box 5000
Upton, NY 11973-5000

(631) 344-4379
mlin@bnl.gov

Preferred Gender Pronouns (PGPs): she/her

Dr. Meifeng Lin is currently the High Performance Computing group lead at BNL's Computational Science Initiative. She holds a PhD in theoretical particle physics from Columbia University, and has worked in the field of computational physics and high performance computing for more than 10 years. Prior to joining BNL in 2013, she had held several research posititions in Masschussetts Institute of Technology, Yale University, Boston University and Argonne National Laboratory. Her research interests include lattice QCD, nuclear and high energy physics, high performance computing and applications of machine learning and quantum computing. 

Expertise | Research | Education | Appointments | Publications


Expertise

  • Lattice QCD
  • High Performance Computing
  • Numerical Simulations and Modeling
  • Computational Physics

Research Activities

  • Performance portability
  • Exascale computing
  • Physics-based quantum compiler optimization 
  • Machine Learning-enhanced simulations and data analysis

Education

  • Ph.D. Theoretical Particle Physics, Columbia University
  • M.Phil. / M.A., Physics, Columbia University
  • B.S. Physics, Peking University, Beijing, China

Professional Appointments

Brookhaven National Laboratory

  • 07/2019 - present, Group Leader, High Performance Computing, Computational Science Initiative
  • 10/2018 - present, Computational Scientist, Computational Science Initiative
  • 11/2018 - 05/2019, Acting Group Leader, Quantum Computing, Computational Science Initiative
  • 10/2016 - 09/2018, Associate Computational Scientist, Computational Science Initiative
  • 11/2013 - 09/2016, Assistant Computational Scientist, Computational Science Initiative

Argonne National Laboratory

  • 03/2013 - 09/2013, Assistant Computational Scientist, Argonne Leadership Computing Facility

Boston University

  • 11/2012 - 03/2013, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Center for Computational Science

Yale University

  •  10/2009 - 09/2012, Postdoctoral Research Associate, High Energy Theory Group, Department of Physics 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

  • 09/2007 - 09/2009, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Center for Theoretical Physics 

Affiliations

  • 05/2017 - 05/2020, Adjunct Associate Professor, Stony Brook University
  • 02/2010 - 10/2015, Visiting Scientist, RIKEN Brookhaven Research Center



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Selected Publications

  • Abramczyk M, Blum T, Izubuchi T, Jung C, Lin M, Lytle A, Ohta S, Shintani E (2020) Nucleon mass and isovector couplings in 2+1-flavor dynamical domain-wall lattice QCD near physical mass. Physical Review D. doi: 10.1103/physrevd.101.034510
  • Dong Z, Fang Y-LL, Huang X, Yan H, Ha S, Xu W, Chu YS, Campbell SI, Lin M (2018) High-Performance Multi-Mode Ptychography Reconstruction on Distributed GPUs. 2018 New York Scientific Data Summit (NYSDS). doi: 10.1109/nysds.2018.8538964
  • Boyle PA, Clark MA, DeTar C, Lin M, Rana V, Vaquero Avilés-Casco A (2018) Performance Portability Strategies for Grid C++ Expression Templates. EPJ Web of Conferences 175:09006. doi: 10.1051/epjconf/201817509006
  • Abeykoon SK, Lin M, Van Dam KK (2017) Parallelizing x-ray photon correlation spectroscopy software tools using python multiprocessing. 2017 New York Scientific Data Summit (NYSDS). doi: 10.1109/nysds.2017.8085042
  • Rana VS, Lin M, Chapman B (2016) A Scalable Task Parallelism Approach for LU Decomposition with Multicore CPUs. 2016 Second International Workshop on Extreme Scale Programming Models and Middlewar (ESPM2). doi: 10.1109/espm2.2016.008
  • Papenhausen E, Wang B, Langston MH, Baskaran M, Henretty T, Izubuchi T, Johnson A, Jung C, Lin M, Meister B, Mueller K, Lethin R (2015) Polyhedral user mapping and assistant visualizer tool for the r-stream auto-parallelizing compiler. 2015 IEEE 3rd Working Conference on Software Visualization (VISSOFT). doi: 10.1109/vissoft.2015.7332433
  • Appelquist T, Brower RC, Fleming GT, Kiskis J, Lin MF, Neil ET, Osborn JC, Rebbi C, Rinaldi E, Schaich D, Schroeder C, Syritsyn S, Voronov G, Vranas P, Weinberg E, Witzel O (2014) Lattice simulations with eight flavors of domain wall fermions in SU(3) gauge theory. Physical Review D. doi: 10.1103/physrevd.90.114502
  • Appelquist T, Brower RC, Buchoff MI, Cheng M, Cohen SD, Fleming GT, Kiskis J, Lin MF, Neil ET, Osborn JC, Rebbi C, Schaich D, Schroeder C, Syritsyn S, Voronov G, Vranas P, Wasem J (2013) Lattice calculation of composite dark matter form factors. Physical Review D. doi: 10.1103/physrevd.88.014502
  • Aoki Y, Arthur R, Blum T, Boyle PA, Brömmel D, Christ NH, Dawson C, Flynn JM, Izubuchi T, Jin X-Y, Jung C, Kelly C, Li M, Lichtl A, Lightman M, Lin MF, Mawhinney RD, Maynard CM, Ohta S, Pendleton BJ, Sachrajda CT, Scholz EE, Soni A, Wennekers J, Zanotti JM, Zhou R (2011) Continuum limit physics from2+1flavor domain wall QCD. Physical Review D. doi: 10.1103/physrevd.83.074508
  • Appelquist T, Fleming GT, Lin MF, Neil ET, Schaich DA (2011) Lattice simulations and infrared conformality. Physical Review D. doi: 10.1103/physrevd.84.054501
  • Syritsyn SN, Bratt JD, Lin MF, Meyer HB, Negele JW, Pochinsky AV, Procura M, Engelhardt M, Hägler P, Hemmert TR, Schroers W (2010) Nucleon electromagnetic form factors from lattice QCD using2+1flavor domain wall fermions on fine lattices and chiral perturbation theory. Physical Review D. doi: 10.1103/physrevd.81.034507
  • Allton C, Antonio DJ, Aoki Y, Blum T, Boyle PA, Christ NH, Clark MA, Cohen SD, Dawson C, Donnellan MA, Flynn JM, Hart A, Izubuchi T, Jung C, Jüttner A, Kennedy AD, Kenway RD, Li M, Li S, Lin MF, Mawhinney RD, Maynard CM, Ohta S, Pendleton BJ, Sachrajda CT, Sasaki S, Scholz EE, Soni A, Tweedie RJ, Wennekers J, Yamazaki T, Zanotti JM (2008) Physical results from2+1flavor domain wall QCD and SU(2) chiral perturbation theory. Physical Review D. doi: 10.1103/physrevd.78.114509
  • Allton C, Antonio DJ, Blum T, Bowler KC, Boyle PA, Christ NH, Cohen SD, Clark MA, Dawson C, Hart A, Hashimoto K, Izubuchi T, Jüttner A, Jung C, Kennedy AD, Kenway RD, Li M, Li S, Lin MF, Mawhinney RD, Maynard CM, Noaki J, Ohta S, Pendleton BJ, Sasaki S, Scholz EE, Soni A, Tweedie RJ, Yamaguchi A, Yamazaki T (2007) 2+1flavor domain wall QCD on a(2  fm)3lattice: Light meson spectroscopy withLs=16. Physical Review D. doi: 10.1103/physrevd.76.014504
Meifeng Lin

Brookhaven National Laboratory

Computational Science Init
Bldg. 725, Room 2-167
P.O. Box 5000
Upton, NY 11973-5000

(631) 344-4379
mlin@bnl.gov

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