Our paper, entitled “Lifetime-aware Solid-state Disk (SSD) Cache Management for Video Servers” was accepted to the Multimedia Systems! It is Prof. Lee’s collaborative work with Inha University and TmaxSoft.
Our paper, entitled “CPR for SSDs” was accepted to the Hot Topics in Operating Systems (HotOS `19)! It is Prof. Lee’s collaborative work with SNU and Chungbuk National University.
Our students, Junsu Im and Jinhyung Koo, was awarded for student travel grant on ASPLOS’19 (Architectural Support for Programming Languages and Operating Systems). ASPLOS is one of the most prestigious conferences in operating systems and computer architecture field.
Our student, Minsub Kim, won the prize on the best project entitled “K-means clustering algorithm implementation using OpenCL” in ‘2019 Accelerator Programming Winter School’. ‘2019 Accelerator Programming Winter School’ is an educational camp for GPU acceleration sponsored by Intel and
Our UGRP (Undergraduate Group Research Project) team won the prize based on a study on “Terabytes-scale High-performance Storage” on Jan 17, 2019. Our team members are Gyeongtaek Kim, Minjae Kim, Hojun Kim, and Jiho Oh. UGRP is a specialized 1-year
Our student, Junsu Im, won the best student poster award on DGIF (Daegu technopolis Grand Inovation Festival) on December 1, 2018. His poster was entitled to “LightStore: NAND Flash-based Network-attached Distributed Storage”, collaboration with our student, Jinhyung Koo.
Our paper, entitled “LightStore: Software-defined Network-attached Key-value Drives”, was accepted to the ACM International Conference on Architectural Support for Programming Languages and Operating Systems (ASPLOS’19)! ASPLOS is one of the most prestigious conferences in operating systems and computer architecture.
Our paper, entitled “RansomBlocker: a Low-Overhead Ransomware-Proof SSD”, was accepted to the Design Automation Conference (DAC ’19)! DAC is one of the most prestigious conferences in electronic design automation.
Our paper, entitled “SyncGC: A Synchronized Garbage Collection Technique for Reducing Tail Latency in Cassandra”, was accepted at the ACM Asia-Pacific Workshop on Systems (APSys 2018)! Prof. Lee’s long-time collaborator, Shane Hahn, is also one of the co-authors!
DataLab had a farewell party for the interns! 6 undergraduate students successfully finished the intern programs that ran from Jul 2 to Aug 10.