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Bodun Hu
Ph.D. student, University of Texas at Austin
bodunhu at utexas.edu

My name is Bodun (though I usually go by Edward). I’m currently a CS PhD student in the UTNS lab at UT Austin 🤘. I am advised by Aditya Akella and work closely with Neeraja Yadwadkar. Before I started my PhD, I was fortunate enough to collaborate closely with professor Christopher Rossbach on heterogeneous computing systems at SCEA group. I also worked with professor Simon Peter on programmable switches.

My research focuses on the intersection of operating systems, network, and machine learning. I am particularly interested in developing systems for ML, and applying ML techniques to systems.

I obtained both MS and BS in Computer Science at the UT Austin, where I worked on modernizing GPU benchmarking and accelerating OS kernel access to accelerators.

Visit my blog ✏️ to find out what I’ve been working on recently as well as other updates.

News

May 2022I will be joining Intel XFG this summer!
Sep 2021Officially started my PhD.
May 2021Officially graduated from UT Austin!
May 2021Attending Commencement Ceremony. Webcast is available here.

Papers

Altis: Modernizing GPGPU Benchmarks
Bodun Hu, Christopher J. Rossbach
In Proceedings of the 2020 IEEE International Symposium on Performance Analysis of Systems and Software (ISPASS). 2020
pdf | video | code | website

Teaching

Spring 2020: Multicore Operating System Implementation (378)

Awards

2020 ISPASS Student Travel Award
Research Distinction by the College of Natural Sciences

Software

Altis: a benchmarking suite for heterogeneous systems. The primary goal of this project is to improve and update aspects of existing benchmarking suites which are either insufficient or outdated.

gpuinfo: a minimal command-line utility written in Rust for querying GPU status.