Systems Research Group – Redmond

Systems Research Group – Redmond

The Systems Research Group is devoted to advancing the state of the art in distributed systems and operating systems. Our aim is to make systems secure, scalable, fault-tolerant, manageable, fast, and efficient.

We’re always seeking creative, dedicated, smart individuals who are interested in joining us. If you’re an excellent candidate interested in doing cutting-edge systems research at an institution where you can see that research pay off in direct product impact, we encourage you to apply for a position. Whether you’re about to graduate, or you’re already a seasoned researcher interested in exploring alternatives, we’d like to talk to you. Please apply on our Careers page.

If you have questions about our group, feel free to e-mail.

Recent Paper Awards

December 2017  |  Best Student Paper Award at Middleware’17
Swayam: Distributed Autoscaling to Meet SLAs of Machine Learning Inference Services with Resource Efficiency
Arpan Gujarati, Sameh Elnikety, Yuxiong He, Kathryn S. McKinley, Björn B. Brandenburg

August 2017  |  Distinguished Paper Award at USENIX Security 2017
Vale: Verifying High-Performance Cryptographic Assembly Code
Barry Bond, Chris Hawblitzel, Manos Kapritsos, K. Rustan M. Leino, Jacob R. Lorch, Bryan Parno, Ashay Rane, Srinath Setty, and Laure Thompson

August 2017  |  Best Paper Award at SIGIR 2017
BitFunnel: Revisiting Signatures for Search
Bob Goodwin, Michael Hopcroft, Dan Luu, Alex Clemmer, Mihaela Curmei, Sameh Elnikety, and Yuxiong He

Team News

December 2017  |  Best Student Paper Award at Middleware’17“Swayam: Distributed Autoscaling to Meet SLAs of Machine Learning Inference Services with Resource Efficiency”Arpan Gujarati, Sameh Elnikety, Yuxiong He, Kathryn S. McKinley, Björn B. Brandenburg

October 2017  |  Irene Zhang joins Systems Research Group – Redmond

September 2017  |  Dan Ports joins Systems Research Group – Redmond

August 2017  |  Distinguished Paper Award at USENIX Security 2017“Vale: Verifying High-Performance Cryptographic Assembly Code”Barry Bond, Chris Hawblitzel, Manos Kapritsos, K. Rustan, M. Leino, Jacob R. Lorch, Bryan Parno, Ashay Rane, Srinath Setty, and Laure Thompson

August 2017  |  Best Paper Award at SIGIR 2017“BitFunnel: Revisiting Signatures for Search”Bob Goodwin, Michael Hopcroft, Dan Luu, Alex Clemmer, Mihaela Curmei, Sameh Elnikety, and Yuxiong He

August 2017  |  Systems Research Group -Redmond has two papers accepted to SOSP 2017

April 2017  |  Ricardo Bianchini becomes manager of Systems Research Group – Redmond

December 2016  |  Systems Research Group – Redmond has three papers accepted to NSDI 2017

November 2016  |  Best Paper Award at OSDI 2016“Early Detection of Configuration Errors to Reduce Failure Damage”Tianyin Xu, Xinxin Jin, Peng Huang, Yuanyuan Zhou, Shan Lu, Long Jin, and Shankar Pasupath

September 2016  |  Jay Lorch promoted to Principal Researcher

September 2016  |  Jorgen Thelin promoted to Principal Software Development Engineer

August 2016  |  Systems Research Group – Redmond has two papers accepted to OSDI 2016

August 2016  |  Gena Pekhimenko joins Systems Research Group – Redmond

August 2016  |  Ryan Huang joins Systems Research Group – Redmond

July 2016  |  Jacob Nelson joins Systems Research Group – Redmond

March 2016  |  Systems Research Group – Redmond has two papers accepted to NSDI 2016

March 2016  |  Chris Hawblitzel promoted to Senior Researcher

January 2016  |  IEEE Micro Top Picks Honorable Mention“Unified Address Translation for Memory-Mapped SSDs with FlashMap”Jian Huang, Anirudh Badam, Moinuddin K. Qureshi, and Karsten Schwann

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