My name is Nanqinqin Li (pronunciation: nan-CHING-ching, Chinese: 李南沁沁). I am a first-year Ph.D. student at Princeton University, working on systems research in Princeton SNS Group. I received my M.S. degree from the University of Chicago where I worked with Prof. Haryadi Gunawi on combating the notorious tail latency problem of solid-state drives. I got my B.Eng degree from Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications.
I am broadly interested in building fast, robust systems. Currently, I am working on cloud/serverless computing research with emerging storage technologies (e.g., disaggregated storage).
- LinnOS: Predictability on Unpredictable Flash Storage with a Light Neural Network
Mingzhe Hao, Levent Toksoz, , Edward Edberg, Henry Hoffmann, and Haryadi S. Gunawi.
14th USENIX Symposium on Operating Systems Design and Implementation (OSDI 20).