I am a final year PhD student in the Department of Computer Science and Technology at Tsinghua University. Before that, I received my Bachelor’s degree from Honors College (formerly known as School of Advanced Engineering), Beihang University. My advisors are Jiwu Shu and Youyou Lu. Currently I’m working as a visiting scholar at ADSL, UW-Madison, advised by Remzi Arpaci-Dusseau, Andrea Arpaci-Dusseau, and Xiangyao Yu.
My research area mainly covers distributed systems and storage systems. I’m particularly interested in building storage systems on emerging hardware (e.g., Non-Volatile Memory, RDMA). Recently, I am paying close attention to the “Killer Microseconds” problem. My work has been published on ASPLOS’20, VLDB’20, Eurosys’19, DAC’19, USENIX ATC’17, ToS, TC, etc.
Aug, 2020, μTree (a Persistent B+-Tree with Low Tail Lateny) has been accepted by VLDB’20 (slides).
Nov, 2019. FlatStore (an Efficient Log-Structured Key-Value Storage Engine for Persistent Memory) has been accepted by ASPLOS’20 (talk is now available on YouTube).
Nov, 2019. Moved to UW-Madison.
Aug, 2019. Our paper “Kernel/User-level Collaborative Persistent Memory File System with Efficiency and Protection” is available on arXiv.
Mar, 2019. I will join UW-Madison to work as a visiting student researcher in this fall, advised by Remzi H. Arpaci-Dusseau (conditional).
Dec, 2018. Our paper “Scalable RDMA RPC on Reliable Connections with Efficient Resource Sharing” has been accepted by Eurosys’19.
in Computer Sciences Department, University of Wisconsin - Madison
2019 - present
in Department of Computer Science, Tsinghua University
2016 - present
in ShenYuan Honors College (a.k.a., School of Advanced Engineering), Beihang University
2012 - 2016