Professor Harry Xu’s Research
I am an assistant professor in the computer science department of University of California, Irvine. I am also affiliated with the software engineering graduate program at UCI.
My general research interests range from software engineering, through programming languages and compilers, to runtime/distributed systems. I am particularly interested in developing techniques to improve performance/scalability of various kinds of software systems.
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- Big Data Support for Big Code Analysis
- Language, compiler, and runtime systems support for highly efficient, scalable, and adaptive Big Data systems
- Runtime bloat detection and optimizations
- Zhiqiang Zuo (PostDoc starting April 2015)
- Khanh Nguyen (Ph.D. student starting Fall 2012)
- Lu Fang (Ph.D. student starting Fall 2012)
- Kai Wang (Ph.D. student starting Fall 2013)
- Sanaz Alamian (Ph.D. student starting Fall 2015)
- Aftab Hussain (Ph.D. student starting Fall 2015)
- Cheng Cai (Ph.D. student starting Fall 2015)
- Keval Vora (Visiting Ph.D. student from UC Riverside, co-advised with Rajiv Gupta)
- John Thorpe (Undergrad, REU’16)
- Tim Nguyen (Undergrad, REU’16)