Giorgio (Erci) Xu

Giorgio (Erci) Xu

Postdoc in Computer Science

Leopard Lab

Biography

Erci Xu is a postdoc of computer science at the Leopard Lab, NUDT. His research interests include distributed computing, storage systems and software/hardware reliability. Besides research, he enjoys reading books and occasionally writes reviews where one can find it here Goodreads or there 知乎 (Chinese).

Erci Xu has a Chinese name, 徐尔茨 (sounds like hsu ertz). He also goes by the name of Giorgio, much easier to pronounce now, innit?

Interests
  • Storage Systems
  • Distributed Computing
  • Software/Hardware Reliability
Education
  • PhD in Computer Science, 2019

    NUDT

  • BSc in Computer Science, 2012

    NUDT

Selected Publications

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(2021). Max: A Multicore-Accelerated File System for Flash Storage. In ATC'21.

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(2021). Challenges and opportunities: an in-depth empirical study on configuration error injection testing. In ISSTA'21.

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(2021). DepOwl: Detecting Dependency Bugs to Prevent Compatibility Failures. In ICSE'21.

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(2021). Concordia: Distributed shared memory with in-network cache coherence. In FAST'21.

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(2020). Write Dependency Disentanglement with HORAE. In OSDI'20.

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(2020). CP-Detector: Using Configuration-related Performance Properties to Expose Performance Bugs. In ASE'20.

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(2020). CoinPurse: A Device-Assisted File System with Dual Interfaces. In DAC'20.

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(2019). Lessons and Actions: What We Learned from 10K SSD-Related Storage System Failures. In ATC'19.

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(2018). Understanding SSD Reliability in Large-Scale Cloud Systems. In PDSW-DISCS@SC'18.

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