I am an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at George Mason University. I am broadly interested in computer systems. My research covers a range of topics including distributed systems, storage systems, container-based virtualization, serverless/cloud computing, and the internet of things. Currently I am working on a few exciting projects including: (1) optimizing serverless platform; (2) exploiting NVM in HPC; (3) large-scale cluster (container) scheduling; and (4) systems support for distributed machine learning.
I received my Ph.D. degree from the Department of Computer Science at Virginia Tech, where I worked with Ali R. Butt. During my Ph.D. I spent two summers at IBM Research Almaden in 2013 and 2014, and six months at Dell EMC Princeton Office in 2015.
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I am currently looking for motivated students to work with me on systems research. If you are a Mason student who is interested in doing systems research, please come talk to me. For students outside Mason, I encourage you to apply to our graduate program. I can be reached at email@example.com.
Attended NSF Data Storage Research 2025 Workshop held at IBM Research Almaden.
Attended NSF Aspiring CSR PIs Workshop held at NSF headquarter.
Our paper about flash cluster wear balancing is accepted by IPDPS'18.
12/20/2017External Review Committee
Serving on ICS'18 ERC. Please consider submitting your interesting work!