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Monday, April 26 • 13:00 - 19:15
[EuroDW] 15th EuroSys Doctoral Workshop

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Website: https://eurodw21.github.io/
Slack: #workshop-eurodw
YouTube: Playlist
Organizers:  Natacha Crooks (UC Berkeley), Pedro Fonseca (Purdue University), Baris Kasikci (University of Michigan), Irene Zhang (Microsoft Research)

(all times are in British Summer Time)

Session 1: 1:00 PM - 2.15 PM (BST)
  • ByzML: A Byzantine Machine Learning Library
    Arsany Guirguis, EPFL
  • BFT Replication with Network Ordered and Attested History: NOAH
    Mingliang Jiang, National University of Singapore
  • Millenial: Modular Microservices Macrobenchmarks
    Vaastav Anand, Max Planck Institute for Software Systems
  • Building Trustworthy Many-Core Systems
    Nathan Rutherford, Royal Holloway University of London
  • Hydra: In-Network Ordering with Multiple Sequencers
    Inho Choi, National University of Singapore
  • Towards Generation of Attack Trees using Machine Learning
    Kacper Sowka, Coventry University
  • Extend Rubik for Fluently Programming Network Stacks
    Gungda Sun, National University of Singapore
Session 2: 2:30 PM - 3.45 PM (BST)
  • Mega-RPCs: Hardware Assisted Efficient Memory Management for Processing Mega-sized RPCs
    Norwich Mungkalaton, University of Sidney
  • An OS to Improve the Programming of Heterogeneous Systems in the Data Center
    Karim Manaouil, University Of Edinburgh
  • Machine Learning Input Data Processing as a Service
    Dan Graur, ETH Zurich
  • Adaptive and dynamic edge gateways deployment for mission-critical applications
    Nina Santi, Inria
  • Mitigating Excessive Virtual CPU Spinning in VM-agnostic Hypervisors
    Kenta Ishiguro, Keio University
  • Tardis: User-level System Design in the context of Network Processing
    Yihan Yang, National University of Singapore
  • RDMA Support for Online Data Intensive Services
    Alireza Sanaee, Queen Mary University of London
  • Implementing Data Structures for Network Function Virtualisation on FPGA
    Yunfan Li, National University of Singapore
Session 3: 4:00 PM - 5.30 PM (BST)
  • Service Boosters: Library Operating Systems for the Data Center
    Henri Demoulin, University of Pennsylvania
  • A Black-box Approach for Scaling OS Kernels
    Ankit Bhardwaj, University of Utah
  • Towards Pushing the Performance and Cost Envelope For Next-Generation Cloud Platforms
    Jashwant Raj Gunasekaran, The Pennsylvania State University
  • Toward Workload-Aware State Management in Streaming Systems
    Showan Asyabi, Boston University
  • Simplifying heterogeneous migration between x86 and ARM machines
    Nikolaos Mavrogeorgis, University of Edinburgh
  • Transparent and Low Overhead Tracing and Fault Injection
    Jun Zhang, UC Santa Cruz
Session 4: 5:45 PM - 7.15 PM (BST)
  • Goldilocks Fault Tolerance for Actor
    Audrey Cheng, UC Berkeley
  • Trusted Execution for High-Performance Computing
    Ayaz Akram, UC Davis
  • Locality Optimizations for Data Center Applications
    Tanvir Ahmed Khan, University of Michigan
  • Secure, Distributed Sparse Matrix Multiplication for Machine Learning
    Samyukta Yagati, UC Berkeley
  • Architectural Implications of Graph Neural Networks for Recommendation
    Samuel Hsia, Harvard University
  • Autoscaling consensus
    David Chu, UC Berkeley
  • Finding Crash Consistency Bugs in Persistent Memory File Systems
    Hayley LeBanc, University of Texas at Austin
  • Wendy the Good Little BFT
    Neil Giridharan, UC Berkeley
  • Retrofitting Memory Safety to Low-level Software Incrementally
    Jie Zhou, University of Rochester

Monday April 26, 2021 13:00 - 19:15 BST
  Workshop, EuroDW
  • Slack Channel #workshop-eurodw
  • Organizers Natacha Crooks (UC Berkeley), Pedro Fonseca (Purdue University), Baris Kasikci (University of Michigan), Irene Zhang (Microsoft Research)