Welcome to Hui Lu's homepage. I joined Binghamton Unversity in Fall 2017. I received my Ph.D. degree from Purdue University, where I researched in FRIENDS Lab under the direction of Professor Dongyan Xu. Before that, I had worked as a performance engineer at Intel Asia-Pacific R&D Center and received my bachelor and master's degrees from Shanghai Jiao Tong University.
Computer Systems with focuses on systems virtualization, networking, file and storage systems, and systems security in the context of cloud computing and serverless computing.
(Our ongoing projects.)
Parallelizing Packet Processing in Container Overlay Networks, EuroSys' 21
BAOVERLAY: A Block-Accessible Overlay File System for Fast and Efficient Container Storage, SoCC' 20
PLASMA: Programmable Elasticity for Stateful Cloud Computing Applications, EuroSys' 20
Tackling Parallelization Challenges of Kernel Network Stack for Container Overlay Networks, Hotcloud' 19
BASS: Improving I/O Performance for Cloud Block Storage via Byte-Addressable Storage Stack, SoCC' 16
StorM: Enabling Tenant-Defined Cloud Storage Middle-Box Services, DSN' 16
vFair: Latency-Aware Fair Storage Scheduling via Per-IO Cost-Based Differentiation, SoCC' 15
vTurbo: Accelerating Virtual Machine I/O Processing Using Designated Turbo-Sliced Core, USENIX ATC' 13
National Science Foundation (NSF) Link
Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) and Griffiss Institute