I'm Lei Zhang, a 4th year computer science PhD student in Department of Computer Science , Emory University , advised by Prof. Ymir Vigfusson. My research interest is on building and analyzing distributed systems, operating systems and storage systems. Generally, I love to find out real world problems on distributed memory, cache, and storage systems, achieve analysis, and build smart systems to solve them.
I got my bachelor degree in Computer Science and Technology from Tsinghua University, and master degree in Computer Science from Georgia Tech. I was once a PhD student at Georgia Tech, working with Prof. Karsten Schwan (passed away at 2015) and Prof. Doug Blough. After that, I transferred to Emory University in 2018.
See my recent CV here.
2018Deceptive Secret Sharing
Lei Zhang, Douglas Blough
2018 48th Annual IEEE/IFIP International Conference on Dependable Systems and Networks (DSN)
2016Systematic Data Placement Optimization in Multi-Cloud Storage for Compslex Requirements
Maomeng Su, Lei Zhang, Yongwei Wu, Kang Chen, Keqin Li
IEEE Transactions on Computers, 2016, 65(6): 1964-1977.
Would You Be Worth Caching? Rethinking Memory Placement Decisions
How Long Does it Take to Warm up a Distributed Cache？
Lei Zhang, Juncheng Yang, Anna Blasiak, Mike McCall, Ymir Vigfusson
FIREHOSE: Highly Scalable Publish-Subscribe
Reza Karimi, Lei Zhang, Gregory Chockler, Ymir Vigfusson