Andy Wang


269 Love Building
Department of Computer Science
Florida State University
Tallahassee, FL 32306-4530

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awang@cs.fsu.edu
(850) 645-1562
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[Biographical Sketch] [CV] [Research] [Publications] [Teaching] [Links]


Biographical Sketch

Andy Wang received his Ph.D. and M.S. in computer science from UCLA in 2003 and 1998, and his B.S. from UC Berkeley in 1995. He joined the Department of Computer Science at Florida State University as an Assistant Professor in 2003. His research interests include file systems, optimistic peer replication, performance evaluation, ad hoc network routing, operating systems, and distributed systems.


Research

Andy Wang's research theme revolves around the management of data flows.


Selected Publications (full list by date, by topic)

Diesburg16
Sarah Diesburg, Christopher Meyers, Mark Stanovich, An-I Andy Wang, and Geoff Kuenning. TrueErase: Leveraging an Auxiliary Data Path for Per-file Secure Deletion, ACM Transactions on Storage (TOS), in press. [19% acceptance rate for the original ACM ACSAC paper]

Zhang16
Shuanglong Zhang, Helen Catanese, and An-I Andy Wang. The Composite-file File System: Decoupling the One-to-one Mapping of Files and Metadata for Better Performance. Proceedings of the 14th USENIX Conference on File and Storage Technologies (FAST), February 2016 [8 pages, 23% acceptance rate] Supersedes Technical Report TR-150921, Department of Computer Science, Florida State University, September 2015.

Mitchell15b
Michael Mitchell, An-I Andy Wang, and Peter Reiher. Cashtags: Protecting Input and Displays of Sensitive Data, Proceedings of the 24th USENIX Security Symposium, August 2015. [16% acceptance rate] Supersedes Technical Report TR-141209, Department of Computer Science, Florida State University, December 2014.

Diesburg10
Sarah Diesburg and An-I Andy Wang. A Survey of Confidential Data Storage and Deletion Methods. ACM Computing Surveys (CSUR), 43(1), 2010. Supersedes Technical Report TR-080508, Department of Computer Science, Florida State University, May 2008.

Stanovich10
Mark Stanovich, Theodore Baker, An-I Andy Wang, and Michael Gonzalez Harbour, Defects of the POSIX Sporadic Server and How to Correct Them. Proceedings of the 16th IEEE Real-Time and Embedded Technology and Applications Symposium (RTAS), April 2010. [22% acceptance rate] Supersedes Technical Report TR-091026, Department of Computer Science, Florida State University, October 2009.

Qian08
Jin Qian, Christopher Meyers, and An-I Andy Wang. A Linux Implementation Validation of Track-Aligned Extents and Track-aligned RAIDs. Proceedings of the 2008 USENIX Annual Technical Conference (ATC), June 2008. [15% acceptance rate]

Stanovich08
Mark J. Stanovich, Theodore P. Baker, and An-I Andy Wang. Throttling On-disk Schedulers to Meet Soft-real-time Requirements. Proceedings of the 14th IEEE Real-Time and Embedded Technology and Applications Symposium (RTAS), April 2008. [24% acceptance rate] Supersedes Technical Report TR-071025, Department of Computer Science, Florida State University, October 2007.

Weddle07b
Charles Weddle, Mathew Oldham, Jin Qian, An-I Andy Wang, Peter Reiher, Geoff Kuenning. PARAID: A Gear-shifting Power-Aware RAID. ACM Transactions on Storage (TOS), 3(3), October 2007 [invited, top 7% from the USENIX FAST conference]

Wang06
An-I Andy Wang, Geoff Kuenning, Peter Reiher, and Gerald Popek. The Conquest File System: Better Performance Through a Disk/Persistent-RAM Hybrid Design. ACM Transactions on Storage (TOS), 2(3), pp. 309-348, August 2006. [24% acceptance rate for the original USENIX ATC conference paper]

Wang05a
An-I Andy Wang, Geoff H. Kuenning, Peter Reiher. Introducing Permuted States for Analyzing Conflict Rates in Optimistic Replication, ACM International Conference on Measurement and Modeling of Computer Systems (SIGMETRICS), June 2005.[20% acceptance rate]


Teaching

FSU
COP 5611 (advanced operating systems) SP16

CIS 5930-03 (computer systems performance analysis) SP09, SP11, SU15
COP 5611 (advanced operating systems) SP10, SP12, SP13, SP14, SP15
COP 5641 / CIS 4930 (kernel and device driver programming) SU07, SU08, SU10
COP 4610 / CGS 5765 (operating systems) FA10, FA12, FA13, FA14, FA15
CIS 6935 (energy-aware storage systems) SP07, SP12
CIS 6935 (LENS seminar series) SP05
CIS 6935 (operating systems reading group) SP04
COP 4530 / CGS 5425 (data structures, algorithms, and generic programming) FA03

UCLA
CS111 (operating systems) SP03
CS111 Lab (an introduction to Linux kernel development) WI/SP00

Links

My collection of fun links
Random art gallery
A Message from Gerald Popek
My previous life


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Last modified on: October 15, 2010