email: zhangzs AT bu DOT edu
I am a second year CS PhD student at Boston University. My advisor is Professor Abraham Matta.
I received my BS in Computer Science from University of Minnesota, Twin City in 2019.
During my undergraduate studies, I explored ideas in distributed stream processing systems, especially Apache Flink, by studying metrics and understand the involved design decisions. I got tremendous help and advice from Professor Abhishek Chandra, Professor Jon Weissman and Dr. Albert Jonathan. I really apreciate it!
My research interests are mainly on network and distributed systems. Currently, I am studying migrating and scheduling containers and Pods on Kubernetes. And at the same time we are developing novel architectures for deep neural networks while taking privacy into consideration.
CS 101 - Introduction to Computing. Fall 2019. Teaching Fellow.
Valeria Turina, Zongshun Zhang, Flavio Esposito, and Ibrahim Matta. 2020. Combining split and federated architectures for efficiency and privacy in deep learning. Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on emerging Networking EXperiments and Technologies. Association for Computing Machinery, New York, NY, USA, 562–563. [PDF]
Ali Raza, Zongshun Zhang, Nabeel Akhtar, Vatche Isahagian, and Ibrahim Matta.2021. LI- BRA: An Economical Hybrid Approach for Cloud Applications withStrict SLAs. arXiv:2104.05491 [cs.DC] [PDF]