a.k.a Jun Yuan-Murray
Computer Science Department
Stony Brook University
Email: junyuan (At) cs (Dot) stonybrook (Dot) edu
A.B.D. in Computer Science, Stony Brook University, 2015.
I am a senior Ph.D student in the CS
Department at Stony Brook University.
I will be joining SUNY Farmingdale as an assistant professor starting fall
I am very lucky to be supervised by my advisor Prof. Rob Johnson. I have been working very closely with Prof. Don Porter and Prof. Michael Bender on the project BetrFS since 2013.
I do research in the general areas of security, systems and theory. Currently my research focuses on the co-designing new data structures and file systems to build better storage systems. Though being a fairly recent convert to the operating systems research, I really enjoy applying innovative theoretical solutions to challenging system problems and building systems that are fast, durable and robust.
Prior to my foray into systems research, I worked with Prof. Rob Johnson for years in the areas of programming language, software security and usable privacy until my long maternity leave in 2013. New and cool ideas on security/privacy field still interest me, especially the ideas with a theoretical background and real world impact. Prior to coming to Stony Brook, I was at Huazhong University of Science and Technology in Wuhan, China, where I did research in the area of Image Watermarking and Copyright Protection, as well as Software Reverse Engineering.
I also work part time for Percona on the PerconaFT project(formally TokuTek ft-index), an opensource implementation of B^e-tree, based on which we built BetrFS. I am highly interested in any collaboration opportunity to commercialize BetrFS. If you feel BetrFS might be a good fit for your system/storage media, we should talk.
|Software Engineer Intern/Consultant||Percona, Durham, NC||2015/09-present|
|Contracted Software Engineer/Project Assistant||CA Technologies Innovation Center, CEWIT, Stony Brook, NY||2012/12-2013/08|
|Research Intern||CNITSEC Source Code Review Lab, Beijing, China||2005/11-2006/02|