Welcome to my page!
I received my PhD at the Department of Computer Science at the University of Minnesota working with Professor Zhi-Li Zhang in September 2012.
I received Student Travel Grants to attend NSDI 2012.
I attended PAM'12 in Vienna, Austria.
I received a student travel grant to attend PAM'12 in Vienna, Austria.
I'll be joining Microsoft from Fall 2012.
My paper titled
A Tale of Three CDNs: An Active Measurement Study of Hulu and Its
CDNs has been accepted to 15th IEEE Global Internet Symposium.
I will be working as a Research Intern at Microsoft research during Summer 2012!
CoNEXT 2011 in Tokyo, Japan.
titled Unreeling Netflix: Understanding and Improving Multi-CDN Movie Delivery
has been accepted to IEEE INFOCOM 2012.
My paper titled Vivisecting YouTube: An Active Measurement Study has been accepted to IEEE INFOCOM 2012 mini-conference.
presented our paper "Counting YouTube Videos via Random Prefix Sampling" at IMC
2011 in Berlin.
I received travel grants to attend CoNEXT 2011.
I received travel grants to attend IMC 2011.
I passed my
preliminary oral examination today. I am a PhD candidate now.
Two papers that
I coauthored, Counting YouTube Videos via Random Prefix Sampling (with Jia) and
Characterizing Roles of Front-end Servers in End-to-End Performance of Dynamic
Content Distribution (with Yingying), have been accepted to IMC 2011.
Where Do You "Tube"? Uncovering YouTube Server Selection Strategy
been accepted to IEEE ICCCN 2011
held in Maui, Hawaii on July 31, 2011.
I will be working as a Research Intern for Bell-Labs
during Summer 2011!
Reverse Engineering The YouTube Video Delivery Cloud
been accepted to ICME HotMD'11
held in Barcelona, Spain on July 11, 2011.
Our paper titled
How Do You "Tube"? has been accepted as an extended abstract
to ACM SIGMETRICS 2011.
I presented my poster at the CoNEXT Student Workshop 2010 in Philadelphia.
Our paper titled "A First Look at
Inter-Data Center Traffic Characteristics via Yahoo! Datasets" has been accepted to INFOCOM 2011.
I presented my
paper on YouTube traffic dynamics at IMC 2010 in Melbourne.
I received travel grants to attend CoNEXT 2010.
I presented my paper on PoP-level traffic matrix analysis at HotMetrics 2010 at Columbia University, New York.
I will be working as a Research Intern for Packet Clearing House
for this summer!
I will be conducting research on the growth of Internet exchange points and developing INOC-DBA self-provisioning system.
, the paper I co-authored with Ethan Katz-Basett
and other folks at University of Washington, won Best Paper Award at NSDI 2010
. (Borrowing words from Joe Biden, that's a ******* big deal.)
Our paper "Reverse Traceroute" has been accepted to NSDI 2010.