2023 Northeastern Systems Day
The 2023 Northeastern Systems Day took place on Tuesday, January 17th, 2023, in room ISEC-655 (Northeastern University Interdisciplinary Science & Engineering Complex, 805 Columbus Ave, Boston, MA 02120).
Northeastern Systems Day is a day-long student-led event to bring together members of the Northeastern University community who conduct computer systems research.
Call for participation
We solicit talks about ongoing research in the area of computer systems. We are broadly interested in topics in this space, including, but not limited to, operating systems, file and storage systems, distributed systems, cloud computing, mobile systems, reliable systems, system security, machine learning systems, big data systems, embedded systems, system virtualization, and management and troubleshooting of complex systems.
To propose a talk, please send an email to Jian Zhang <email@example.com> for registering your talk, and includes one or two paragraphs describing:
- The title of your talk
- Your name and department
- The length of your talk (we encourage the length to be 15min)
- An abstract of your talk
Please submit the following online form to register for this event: https://forms.gle/tzrdPnMw7ocAVMUo8 (closed)
Use Slack to ask questions of speakers, organizers, and fellow attendees!
|09:20AM - 09:30AM||Andrea Stith||Opening remark|
|Correctness (9:30)||Session Chair: Shuwen Sun|
|09:30AM - 09:50AM||Ankit Kumar||Formal Analysis of GossipSub|
|09:50AM - 10:10AM||Jian Zhang||Viper: a fast snapshot isolation checker|
|10:10AM - 10:30AM||Changming Liu||On-device symbolic execution for embedded systems|
|10:30AM - 11:00AM||Break|
|ML and storage (11:00)||Session Chair: Peng Gu|
|11:00AM - 11:20AM||Baolin Li||MISO: exploiting multi-instance GPU capability on multi-tenant GPU clusters|
|11:20AM - 11:40AM||Brent Zhao||Updatable Learned Mapping for Computer Systems with Portfolio Method|
|11:40AM - 12:00PM||Effy Wang||Cache performance modeling with workload distributions|
|12:00PM - 12:20PM||Kaustubh Shivdikar||The evolution of Graph neural network accelerators|
|12:20PM - 12:30pm||Issac Khor||Approaches to Page-Sharing between Virtual Machines|
|12:30PM - 01:30PM||Lunch|
|Distributed systems and networking (1:30PM)||Session Chair: Willam Rhodes|
|1:30PM - 1:50PM||Ryan Yang & Soufiane Jounaid||SLFS: a File System Design with Serverless Paradigms|
|1:50PM - 2:10PM||Ben Weintraub||A Flash(bot) in the Pan: Measuring Maximal Extractable Value in Private Pools|
|2:10PM - 2:30PM||Yao Xu||Collective Vector Clocks: Low-Overhead Transparent Checkpointing for MPI|
|2:30PM - 2:50PM||Shuwen Sun||Toward Flexible Auditing for In-Network Functionality|
|2:50PM - 3:20PM||Break|
|3:20PM - 4:00PM||Panelists: Jon Bell, Ji-Yong Shin, Cheng Tan, Cristina Nita-Rotaru, Andrea Stith||Panel: Systems Research|
|Moderator: Shuwen Sun|
|4:00PM||Award ceremony and ending social|
Thanks for Northeastern University Khoury College of Computer Sciences for funding this event.
Please send any questions to Cheng Tan <firstname.lastname@example.org> and Ji-Yong Shin <email@example.com>.
|General Chair||Bryant Curto, Shuwen Sun|
|Coordinator||Shuwen Sun, Soufiane Jounaid, Peng Gu|
|Web Chair||Ryan Yang|
|Registration Chair||Jian Zhang|
|Food Chair||Brent Zhao|
|Marketing Chair||Bryant Curto|
|Session Chair||Shuwen Sun, Peng Gu, William Rhodes|
|Faculty Contact||Ji-Yong Shin, Cheng Tan|