I am currently a research associate and software developer at Rutgers Discovery Informatics Institute (RDI2), NSF Center for Cloud and Autonomic Computing (CAC), and the Applied Software Systems Laboratory (TASSL). Before joining in RDI2, I abtained my PhD degree majoring in Computer Engineering from Rutgers University, under the guidance of my advisor -- Prof. Manish Parashar. I obtained my MS degree majoring in Computer Engineering from Rutgers University, USA, and BE degree from Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China.
My research interests are broadly in distributed and parallel computing, data intensive HPC system, big data management and analysis, and distributed wireless networked systems. My work has been featured in many presses like MIT Technical Review, HPCwire, CBC News, Discover Magazine, ACM Tech News, and NJ Star-ledger.
Currently, I am leading the development and research work of DataSpaces project. DataSpaces is a large scale big data management system. It targeted at current large-scale systems and designed to support dynamic big data management in high performance applications.
A brief biosketch is available here.
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