My research team NetDB@Penn is recruiting 2 PhD students for admissions in Fall 2017.
The DeDOS project is hiring a postdoc! The job advertisement is here. We also have a full-time programmer position open in the DeDOS project.
Brief bio: I am an Associate Professor in the Computer and Information Science (CIS)
department at the University of Pennsylvania. I hold a secondary appointment in the Electrical and Systems Engineering (ESE) department. I am also the CIS Masters Chair, and Director of our Master of Science in Engineering in CIS program. I lead the NetDB@Penn
research group, where we are working on several exciting projects at the
intersection of databases, networking, and formal methods. I am also part of the distributed systems and database groups. I received my Ph.D. degree
in Computer Science from the University of California at Berkeley in
2006. Prior to my Ph.D, I received my M.S. degree from Stanford
University in 2000, and my B.S. degree with highest honors from UC
Berkeley in 1999. I was awarded the 2006 David J. Sakrison Memorial
Prize for the most outstanding dissertation research in the Department
of EECS at UC Berkeley, and the 2007 ACM SIGMOD Dissertation Award. I am
a recipient of the NSF CAREER award (2009) and the Air Force Office of
Scientific Research (AFOSR) Young Investigator Award (2012). My graduated Ph.D. students include three winners of dissertation awards (Rubinoff, SIGMOD, SPEC). I am also currently the co-founder and Chief Scientist at Termaxia, a big data storage startup. I have also participated in the NSF I-Corps program, advise the Penn M&T Innovation fund, and done technology transfer from my research at Penn.
Fall 2016 office hours: Friday 2-3pm (605 Levine).