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Xinhao Kong

PhD@Duke

Biography

I am a first-year Ph.D. student in the Department of Computer Science at Duke University, advised by Prof. Danyang Zhuo. My research interests include cloud computing and datacenter networks, with a focus on kernel bypass networking and hardware acceleration.

Before Duke, I received my bachelor’s degree from Peking University. I am also fortunate to work with other excellent researchers and engineers, including Wei Bai, Mahmoud Elhaddad, and Shachar Raindel when I intern at Microsoft. I also worked closely with Yibo Zhu and Chuanxiong Guo when I was in ByteDance.

News

July 2022 - Our RDMA performance isolation paper get accepted by NSDI 2023!

May 2022 - I start my internship @Microsoft Azure Host Networking Group. Let’s meet at the Puget Sound!

April 2022 - I will present Collie on NSDI 2022. See you in Seattle/Renton!

Publications

  1. Understanding RDMA Microarchitecture Resources for Performance Isolation (NSDI 2023)

    Xinhao Kong, Jingrong Chen, Wei Bai, Yechen Xu, Mahmoud Elhaddad, Shachar Raindel, Jitendra Padhye, Alvin R. Lebeck, Danyang Zhuo.

  2. Collie: Finding Performance Anomalies in RDMA Subsystems (NSDI 2022)

    Xinhao Kong, Yibo Zhu, Huaping Zhou, Zhuo Jiang, Jianxi Ye, Chuanxiong Guo, Danyang Zhuo.

    [pdf] [slides] [code] [video]

Invited Talks

  • Collie: Finding Performance Anomalies in RDMA Subsystems

    Harvard Cloud & Network System Group

    May 2022, Virtual

  • Finding Performance Anomalies in RDMA Subsystems

    Student Lightning Talk @Google Networking Research Summit 2022

    March 2022, Virtual

  • Finding Performance Anomalies in RDMA Subsystems

    Microsoft Research and Microsoft Azure

    September 2021, Virtual

Awards / Honors

  • USENIX NSDI Student Grant, 2022
  • Duke Computer Science PhD Fellowship, 2021-2022
  • Peking University Outstanding Graduate Award, 2020