I joined IPADS as an undergraduate research assistant in my junior year, working on improving the resource utilization of distributed in-memory KV stores.
During my Ph.D. study at IPADS, I mainly focused on the file system (architecture) design and implementation on emerging non-volatile memory.
Currently, I have joined IPADS as an assistant professor and keep working on file system designs on emerging storage technologies.
Moreover, I am looking to develop and realize next-generation storage technologies, namely DNA storage.
In IPADS, I lead the IPADS Non-volatile Systems Group, aiming to improve storage systems with emerging and future storage technologies. Our group now consists of two Ph.D. students, three master's students and one undergraduate.