I am a fourth-year Ph.D. student in Computer Science department at
Johns Hopkins University. I am fortunate to be advised by Prof. @Ryan (Peng) Huang and work with other people in @OrderLab. Our primary research interest focuses on building more robust and reliable systems for emerging platforms including cloud data centers, mobile phones. I obtained my B.S. degree in Computer Science from
Shanghai Jiao Tong University in June 2016.
I am broadly interested in research related to systems. Currently I am focusing on an on-going project to improve
availability of distributed systems by detecting @Gray Failure in cloud services. My past experience is mainly on improving
performance scalability and
reliability of systems during undergraduate study. I have been fortunately advised by the following researchers:
- @Prof. Haibo Chen and @Prof. Rong Chen at @Institute of parallel and distributed systems
- @Zhenyu Guo at
- @Prof. Junfeng Yang at
Columbia Software System Lab
- @Prof. Xiaofeng Gao at
SJTU Advanced Network Lab.
Immense appreciation for their guidance and help.
My favorite proverb is
The unexamined life is not worth living. from Socrates.
[News] 2020/2/25 OmegaGen won the Best Paper Award at NSDI’20!
[News] 2020/2/1 Awarded the travel grant to attend NSDI’20. See you there!
[Publication] 2019/12/13 Our paper “Understanding, Detecting and Localizing Partial Failures in Large System Software” was accepted by NSDI’20! Thank you so much, Ryan and Scott!
[Fun] 2019/8/31 First group hiking at Appalachian Trail in South Mountain State Park!
[News] 2019/5/12 First academia talk on HotOS. Had fun in the beautiful Italy!
[Publication] 2019/3/11 Our position paper on Watchdog Abstraction was accepted by HotOS’19. Thanks so much for Ryan and Scott for their help!
[News] 2018/9/1 I’m TAing the course CS318/418/618 Operating System this semester.
[Publication] 2018/4/18 Our work WukongGPU was accepted by ATC’18. Thanks Rong and Haibo for their guidance and help! And congrats to Siyuan! @Chinese Report covered by IPADS.
… more historical updates here.