About Me ^_^
I have graduated with Ph.D. under the advice of Professor
Peter A. Dinda at the Department of Computer Science, Northwestern University.
I successfully defended on June 14, 2005. My thesis committee consists of Peter
Dinda, Fabian Bustamante, Yan Chen and Ian Foster.
In Chinese, DONG means winter and LU is a great musical instrument in ancient
- Distributed Systems
- System Performance Analysis
- GridG: An extensible toolkit for generating synthetic grids and Internet.
- "Effects and Implications of File Size/Service Time Correlation on Web Server Scheduling Policies".
Talk on IEEE MASCOTS 2005. Sept. 28, 2005.
- "Components of a Scalable Distributed Relational Information Service".
Ph.D. thesis defense talk. June 14, 2005.
- "Modeling and Taming Parallel TCP on the Wide Area Network". [ppt]
Talk on the 19th IEEE International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium
(IPDPS 2005), April, 2005, Denver, Colorado.
- "Size-Based Scheduling Policies with Inaccurate Scheduling Information
Talk on the 12th Annual Meeting of the IEEE / ACM International Symposium
on Modeling, Analysis, and Simulation of Computer and Telecommunication Systems
(MASCOTS 2004), Volendam, the Netherlands, October, 2004.
- "GridG: Synthesizing Realistic Computational Grids".[ppt]
Talk on the 15th ACM/IEEE SuperComputing 2003 (SC 2003), Phoenix, November, 2003.
- "Scoped and Approximate Queries in a Relational Grid Information Service".[ppt]
Talk on the IEEE 4th International Workshop on Grid Computing, Phoenix, November, 2003.
- "Communication Networks of Parallel & Distributed Systems: Low Latency
& High Bandwidth comes to clusters & grids".[ppt]
Talk on PhD candidacy qualifying exam, June 2002.
- "Virtualized Audio: A Highly Adaptive Interactive High Performance
Talk on "6th Workshop on Languages, Compilers, and Run-time Systems for Scalable
Some Past Honors
Nominated by the Computer Science department for the Presidential Fellowship of
Northwestern University, which is the most prestigious scholarship awarded to the
graduate students by Northwestern University. USA, 2003.
Global Grid Forum (GGF5) student travel grant, 2002
Student travel grant for Sigmetrics 2001.
Walter P. Murphy Fellowship, Northwestern University, USA, 2000.
Scholarship of National Excellence, Shanghai Jiao Tong (Chiao Tung) Univesity, China, 1999.
Scholarship of SME Educational Foundation, Central South University, China, 1997.
Torch Scholarship, Central South university, China, 1995.
Six times semester scholarship, Central South University, China, Sept. 1993 --- Jun. 1997.
Three times the title of Excellent Student, Central South University, China, Sept. 1993 --- Jun. 1997.