are living in one of the most exciting times for systems research given the explosion of data from the digitization of our world and social relationships, new experiences such as cloud computing and the mobile Internet, and incredible advances in underlying technologies of computing devices, storage media, and connectivity. The systems research group engages in fundamental systems research with expertise that spans theory and practice in distributed systems, storage systems, cloud computing, networking, programming languages, and distributed systems. Over the years, we have been designing, building, analyzing, and optimizing large-scale production distributed systems that power various on-line services. Those experiences have also inspired us to initiate a series of research projects that have produced significant results in top systems conferences such as SOSP, OSDI, NSDI, Eurosys, and VLDB.
Research Fields & Projects
Temporal graph storage and analysis of social data [details]
Program analysis and optimizations of data-parallel computations [project PASS]
Real-time streaming and analysis of big data
Large-scale distributed system dynamics and economics
Code analysis for software mining and programmer archeology
For more information, please check our projects page.
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