Operating System Research Group
Distributed Computing Laboratory
Computer Science Department
Graduate School of Science & Engineering
Office: (+81) 03-5286-3185
Mobile: (+81) 080-4190-9901
I am a Phd candidate in the Department of Computer Science at Waseda University. I am advised by Professor Tatsuo Nakajima. I am also working as a research associate for the Research Institute of Open Source Software, Waseda University, affiliated with DEOS (Dependable Embedded Operating Systems for Practical Use) Project from Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST).
My research focus on the software supporting realible systems, including infrastructure, system integrity and networking. I am also in monitoring, evaluating and measuring such systems. Currently I am working on the design and implementing of a system monitor based on L4 microkernel.
I am affiliated with the Operating System Research Group of Distributed and Ubiquitous Computing Lab.My office is at Room 525 Bld.63, 3-4-1 Okubo, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, 169-8555.
You can best reach me via e-mail: sunlei(at)dcl.info.waseda.ac.jp
I received my Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) and Master of Engineering (M.E.) degree in the Department of Computer Science and Technology from Tsinghua University P.R.China, in July 2001 and January 2004 respectively.
[07.09.07] Our paper has been accepted by SOSP'07 poster session.
[07.10.19] Just come back from SOSP'07, Stevenson, WA, there I have made some friends!
[07.11.25] Give a research presentation at IWDUN'07, here is my slides.
[07.12.10] Poster presentation at University of Tokyo for Dependable OS Project, here is my poster.
[08.01.21] My PhD proposal has been accepted by the 2nd EuroSys Doctoral Workshop.
[08.01.28] Give a presentation for Dependable OS Project annual report, here is my slides.
[08.04.10] Just come back from Eurosys 2008, Glasgow, Scotland. Thanks to Steve Hand for his nice presentation.
[08.05.20] Our paper has been accepted by RTCSA 2008 held in Kaohsiung,Taiwan, this August.
[08.07.09] Attended the 8th Linux Foundation Japan Symposium about SELinux.