I am a 5th year Ph.D. student in the Computer Science Department at Emory University where I am fortunate to work with Dr. Ymir Vigfusson as part of the SimBioSys Lab.

My research interests span storage systems, cloud systems, and data-center applications. The goal of my research is improve the performance and resource efficiency of large-scale distributed systems.

I have three main research interests right now:

  • Caching Systems: workload characterization and theoritical study
  • Serverless Computing: cluster management and programming model.
  • Content Delivery Network (CDN): simulation and performance improvement

If you're interested in my research or just want to chat, feel free to reach out—I'm always happy to help and connect.

News

  • 02/2024 - SIEVE is highlighted in the Emory news and Live Science!
  • 09/2023 - Our paper “LatenSeer: Causal Modeling of End-to-End Latency Distribution by Harnessing Distributed Tracing” was accepted to SoCC'23.
  • 07/2023 - Our paper “SIEVE: Simple and Efficient Eviction Policy for Turn-key Web Cache Replacement” was accepted to NSDI'24.
  • 07/2023 - Our paper “FIFO queues are all you need for cache eviction” was accepted to SOSP'23.
  • 04/2023 - The collaboration work on “FIFO can be Better than LRU: the Power of Lazy Promotion and Quick Demotion” was accepted to HotOSXIX.
  • 04/2022 - Become a PhD candidate!

Publications