Erez Zadok's Curriculum Vitae Summary and Highlights

(Updated 2017-12-08)

Below is a summary (highlights) of my Curriculum Vita (CV, aka "resume"). If you would like a full copy of my CV, then please send me an email.

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My research interests are in the areas of file systems and storage, operating systems, energy efficiency, performance and benchmarking, security, networking, and big data problems.

I believe in highly practical research projects that address real issues faced by society and industry, a free dissemination of open-source software, and producing high quality code prior to publications. My projects often include the release of data sets and traces as well as source code. My students and I conduct extensive hardening of software using regression suites, formal code reviews, then followed by extensive performance benchmarking and analysis—all prior to publication.

I train my students intensely. Junior students meet with me for several hours each week to learn about a wide range of topics, from technical writing, to benchmarking, to debugging race conditions and slow memory leaks. As students mature, I believe in a more hands-off approach, allowing the students to become excellent independent researchers. I trains my senior students on a variety of leadership skills, including supervising junior students, budgeting, and team management—key to becoming future leaders. I continues to advise my students in depth during the job-search process, and even post graduation on career matters. I believe strongly in "once an adviser, always and adviser."

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(Last updated: 2017-12-08)