Department of Computer Science
& Information Engineering,
National Taiwan University
Rm 414 CSIE Building,
No. 1, Sec 4, Roosevelt Rd
Taipei, Taiwan 106, R.O.C
Phone: (866) 2-3366-4888 ext. 414
Office hour: Wed. 2-3pm or by appointment
I am an assistant professor at Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering in National Taiwan University. I finished my Ph.D. in Computer Science & Engineering at the University of Michigan under the supervision of Jason Flinn in October 2008. After obtaining my Ph.D, I worked at NEC Labs America for almost two years.
I will be serving on the TPC of APSys 2013. APSys takes short papers (6 or fewer pages) and is a great venue for authors to get early feeback for their work. Please see CFP here (txt) and here (pdf).
I will be serving on the TPC of ICAC 2013. Please consider submitting to the conference.
I am looking for strong and motivated graduate (masters and Ph.D) students to join my lab. The qualites I am looking for in students who (1) are interested in tackling research problems (2) enjoy hands-on system building and experimentation, (3) have good programming and communication skills.
I also work closely with undergraduate students in research projects. I am looking for undergraduate students who have strong motivation and good programming skills.
I am currently looking at system management issues in a large-scale virtualized cluster and helping users utilize cloud resources. I am also interested in the general area of mobile computing, such as how to help user debug performance problems on a smart phone and how to leverage cloud to enable smart phones to run more interesting applications.
If you are interested, please contact me to schedule an appointment.
An introduction to our lab is here
My current research interests include: systems and power management in data centers, operating systems, and mobile computing.