I am a third year computer science Ph.D. student from University of California, Los Angeles, advised by Prof. Harry Xu. Prior to joining UCLA, I earned my bachelor degree in computer science from University of Science and Technology of China in 2020. My research interest lies in cloud computing. More specifically, my existing projects have been trying to build efficient remote memory data planes via a holistic design of operating systems and language runtimes. My resume can be found here.
- Canvas: Isolated and Adaptive Swapping for Multi-Applications on Remote Memory
Chenxi Wang*, Yifan Qiao*, Haoran Ma, Shi Liu, Yiying Zhang, Wenguang Chen, Ravi Netravali, Miryung Kim, and Guoqing Harry Xu
20th USENIX Symposium on Networked Systems Design and Implementation (NSDI '23)
- MemLiner: Lining up Tracing and Application for a Far-Memory-Friendly Runtime (Jay Lepreau Best Paper Award)
Chenxi Wang*, Haoran Ma*, Shi Liu, Yifan Qiao, Jonathan Eyolfson, Christian Navasca, Shan Lu, Guoqing Harry Xu
16th USENIX Symposium on Operating Systems Design and Implementation (OSDI '22)
- Mako: A Low-Pause, High-Throughput Evacuating Collector for Memory-Disaggregated Datacenters
Haoran Ma, Shi Liu, Chenxi Wang, Yifan Qiao, Michael D. Bond, Steve Blackburn, Miryung Kim, and Guoqing Harry Xu
43rd ACM SIGPLAN Conference on Programming Language Design and Implementation (PLDI 2022)
- Semeru: A Memory-Disaggregated Managed Runtime
Chenxi Wang, Haoran Ma, Shi Liu, Yuanqi Li, Zhenyuan Ruan, Khanh Nguyen, Michael Bond, Ravi Netravali, Miryung Kim, and Guoqing Harry Xu
14th USENIX Symposium on Operating Systems Design and Implementation (OSDI '20)
* denotes equal contributions.