Our Faculty

Jun Yuan

Assistant Professor

Seidenberg School of CSIS

Computer Science NY

Location
  • @New York City
    163 William Street 215
Office Hours
New York City

Thu (by appointment)

Tue (by appointment)

Thu (by appointment)

Biography


Prior to joining Pace in fall 2018, Dr. Yuan was a research scientist at Stony Brook University, an assistant professor at Farmingdale State College and an Engineer at Percona. She received her Ph.D in Computer Science from Stony Brook University. She has 3 years industry experiences and 11 years research experience in system and theory. She has received Best Paper Nomination at USENIX FAST18/FAST 20, Best Paper Award at USENIX FAST 16 and Best Paper Runner-up at USENIX FAST 15.

Education


PhD , Stony Brook University , 2016
Computer Science

MS , Huazhong University of Science & Technology , 2007
Computer Engineering

BS , Huazhong University of Science & Technology , 2004
Computer Engineering

Awards and Honors

  • USENIX FAST 2020, 2020 - Best Paper Nomination
  • USENIX FAST 2018, 2018 - Best Paper Nomination
  • USENIX FAST 2016, 2016 - Best Paper Award
  • USENIX FAST 2015, 2015 - Best Paper Runner-up
  • Hubei Province, China, 2004 - Best Undergraduate Thesis

Publications


Zhan, Y., Conway, A., Jiao, Y., Groombridge, I., Bender, M. A., Farach-Colton, M., Jannen, W., Johnson, R., Porter, D. E. & Yuan, J. (2020). How to Copy Files. , pages 75--89.

Bender, M. A., Conway, A., Farach-Colton, M., Jannen, W., Jiao, Y., Johnson, R., Knorr, E., McAllister, S., Mukherjee, N., Pandey, P., Porter, D. E., Yuan, J. & Zhan, Y. (2019). Small refinements to the DAM can have big consequences for data-structure design. , pages 265-274.

Zhan, Y., Jiao, Y., Porter, D. E., Conway, A., Knorr, E., Farach-Colton, M., Bender, M. A., Yuan, J., Jannen, W. & Johnson, R. (2018). Efficient Directory Mutations in a Full-Path-Indexed File System. ACM Transactions on Storage (TOS). Vol 14 (Issue 3) , pages 22.

Zhan, Y., Conway, A., Jiao, Y., Knorr, E., Bender, M. A., Farach-Colton, M., Jannen, W., Johnson, R., Porter, D. E. & Yuan, J. (2018). The full path to full-path indexing. , pages 123--138.

Conway, A., Bakshi, A., Jiao, Y., Jannen, W., Zhan, Y., Yuan, J., Bender, M. A., Johnson, R., Kuszmaul, B. C., Porter, D. E. & others, . (2017). File systems fated for senescence? nonsense, says science!. , pages 45--58.

Conway, A., Bakshi, A., Jiao, Y., Zhan, Y., Bender, M. A., Jannen, W., Johnson, R., Kuszmaul, B. C., Porter, D. E., Yuan, J. & others, . (2017). How to Fragment Your File System. ;Login:.

Yuan, J., Zhan, Y., Jannen, W., Pandey, P., Akshintala, A., Chandnani, K., Deo, P., Kasheff, Z., Walsh, L., Bender, M. A. & others, . (2017). Writes wrought right, and other adventures in file system optimization. ACM Transactions on Storage (TOS). Vol 13 (Issue 1) , pages 3.

Yuan, J., Zhan, Y., Jannen, W., Pandey, P., Akshintala, A., Chandnani, K., Deo, P., Kasheff, Z., Walsh, L., Bender, M. & others, . (2016). Optimizing every operation in a write-optimized file system. , pages 1--14.

Yuan, J. (2016). Write-Optimized Data Structures for File Systems.

RESEARCH INTEREST


Security, system and theory.
Storage systems with a solid theoretical foundation and with measured performance that matches the analysis.

Grants, Sponsored Research and Contracts

Yuan, J. (2021). REU:ABR: CSR: Medium: Collaborative Research: FTFS: A Read/Write Optimized Fractal Tree File System.
NSF , Federal , $7,875.00 . Funded,

Yuan, J. (2020). ABR: CSR: Medium: Collaborative Research: FTFS: A Read/Write Optimized Fractal Tree File System.
NSF , Federal , $86,822.00 . Funded,

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

  • Advanced Computing Systems Association [member] 2018

COLLEGE SERVICE

  • Seidenberg School Meetings [Attendee, Meeting]
  • Seidenberg School Faculty Council Meetings [Attendee, Meeting]

UNIVERSITY SERVICE

  • New York Faculty Council Meetings [Attendee, Meeting]
  • New York Faculty Council Meetings [Attendee, Meeting]
  • Undergraduate Open House events [Attendee, Meeting]
  • Pace University Research Day [Faculty Advisor]
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: Presenting student's research work
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