Yang Zhou

PhD student at Harvard

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yangzhou (at) g.harvard.edu
yanggepkuer15 (at) gmail.com

SEC 4.429,
150 Western Ave,
Allston, MA 02134

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I work on networked systems in datacenter environments. My research has focused on full-stack optimizations for efficient and evolvable datacenter infrastructure, by codesigning low-level host networking stacks (involving NICs, kernels, transport layers, and threading) and high-level datacenter applications from a systems perspective.

I am a final-year Ph.D. candidate in Computer Science at Harvard University, advised by Prof. Minlan Yu and Prof. James Mickens. I received a B.S. in Computer Science at Peking University in 2018, working with Prof. Tong Yang on probabilistic data structures for network telemetry. I am supported by a Google PhD Fellowship in Systems and Networking.

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