Dr. Dan Huang currently is an associate professor in School of Computer Science and Engineering, Sun Yat-sen University. He received Ph.D. in computer engineering at University of Central Florida. Before this, he received master and bachelor degrees in Southeast University and Jilin University respectively. His research interests are scientific data management, in-memory computing, parallel programming model, distributed storage systems, virtualization technology and the I/O of distributed system. In addition, he worked in Oak Ridge National Lab, USA(ORNL) as a researcher for about ten months. The responsibilities of this research include collaborating with ORNL’s research scientists on software-defined storage technologies and researching, developing and evaluating new storage solutions for Department of Energy applications. His researches have been published in some top-tier conferences and journals, including IEEE TC, IEEE TPDS, IEEE ICDCS, IEEE IPDPS and IEEE DAC.
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