Papers and Talks

Recent papers by category

Network Research

  1. Wenji Wu, Phil DeMar: WireCAP: a novel packet capture engine for commodity NICs in high-speed networks. Internet Measurement Conference 2014: 395-406
  2. Wenji Wu, Phil DeMar, Matt Crawford: A Transport-Friendly NIC for Multicore/Multiprocessor Systems. IEEE Trans. Parallel Distrib. Syst. 23(4): 607-615 (2012)
  3. Wenji Wu, Phil DeMar, Matt Crawford: Why Can Some Advanced Ethernet NICs Cause Packet Reordering? IEEE Communications Letters 15(2): 253-255 (2011)
  4. Wenji Wu, Phil DeMar, Matt Crawford: Sorting Reordered Packets with Interrupt Coalescing. Computer Networks 53(15): 2646-2662 (2009)
  5. Wenji Wu, Matt Crawford, Mark Bowden:The performance analysis of linux networking – Packet receiving. Computer Communications 30(5): 1044-1057 (2007)
  6. Wenji Wu, Matt Crawford: Potential performance bottleneck in Linux TCP. Int. J. Communication Systems 20(11): 1263-1283 (2007)

Software Engineering

  1. Saba Sehrish and Jim Kowalkowski: Spark and HPC for High Energy Physics Data Analyses. 2017. In IEEE International Workshop on High-Performance Big Data Computing. In conjunction with The 30th IEEE International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium (IPDPS 2017).
  2. Kowalkowski, Jim, Marc Paterno, Saba Sehrish: Exploring the Performance of Spark for a Scientific Use Case. 2016. In IEEE International Workshop on High-Performance Big Data Computing. In conjunction with The 30th IEEE International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium (IPDPS 2016).
  3. Wang, Michael H.L.S.,Gustavo Cancelo, Christopher Green, Deyuan Guo, Ke Wang, Ted Zmuda: Using the automata processor for fast pattern recognition in high energy physics experiments—A proof of concept. October 2016.  Nucl. Instrum. Methods Phys. Res. A Accel. Spectrom. Detect. Assoc. Equip. 832 (2016) 219-230
  4. Brandt, O., G. Gutierrez, M.H.L.S. Wang, Z. Ye: Acceleration of matrix element computations for precision measurements. March 2015, Pages 27–33, Nucl. Instrum. Methods Phys. Res. A Accel. Spectrom. Detect. Assoc. Equip. 775 (2015) 27-33

Recent Talks by category

Network Research

  1. “WireCAP: A Novel Packet Capture Engine for Commodity NICs in High-speed Networks,” SC’15, Mellanox Booth, Austin, TX, November, 2015
  2. Multicore-aware Data Transfer Middleware,” ESCC, Berkeley, March 2015
  3. “The MDTM project,” DOE ASCR Next-Generation Networking for Science PI Meeting, Washington, DC, September 2014, 2015
  4. Packet-based network traffic monitoring and analysis with GPUs,” GTC’14, San Jose, CA, March 2015
  5. WireCAP: a Novel Packet Capture Engine for Commodity NICs in High-speed Networks,” IMC’14, VANCOUVER, BC, CANADA,Wenji Wu and Phil DeMar,  
  6. Experiences with 40G End-Hosts,” Technology Exchange 2014, INDIANAPOLIS, IN, October 2014
  7. Application-Oriented Network Traffic Analysis based on GPUs,” GCASR16, Chicago, IL, April, 2016.

Software Engineering

  1. Explaining the Fundamental Secrets of the Universe: How Spark and HPC might help Experimental High Energy Physics Analyses“, Saba Sehrish. In Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing, 2016.
  2. Big Data helps particle physicists to concentrate on Science“, Saba Sehrish, Jim Kowalkowski, Matteo Cremonesi, Oliver Gutsche, Bo Jayatilaka, Cristina Mantilla, Jim Pivarski, Alexey Svyatkovskiy. Poster in The International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis 2016.
  3. Exploring the Performance of Spark for a Scientific Use Case“, Saba Sehrish, Jim Kowalkowski, Marc Paterno. In IEEE International Workshop on High-Performance Big Data Computing In conjunction with The 30th IEEE International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium (IPDPS 2016).  
  4. Exploring Spark for High Energy Physics Analysis“, Saba Sehrish, Jim Kowalkowski, Marc Paterno in Big Data Analytics: Challenges and Opportunities (BDAC-15). In Cooperation with ACM/IEEE SC15.