Lin Gu

Assistant Professor
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Clear Water Bay, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Office: 3562 (Lift 25/26)
Tel: +(852)2358-6991
cse domain

Quick links

TaB (paper discussion)
COMP 5621, Spring 2015
COMP 6511A, Spring 2014
Data Thinker
Virtk (a.k.a. t-kernel)
Non-academic links

Lin Gu is an assistant professor at the Department of Computer Science and Engineering. He received B.S. from Fudan University (1996), M.S. from Peking University (2001), and Ph.D. from the University of Virginia (2006). His current research interests include large-scale distributed systems and cloud computing, operating systems, wireless sensor networks, and energy-efficient computing.

Research projects

I have looked into quite a few things in computer systems, and below is a list of some projects. You are welcomed to visit our group web page for updated info about our recent endeavors.


COMP 6511A:  Large-Scale Distributed Systems  ( Spring 2014  )
COMP 5622:  Advanced Computer Communications and Networking  ( Spring 2013  )
COMP 4611:  Design and Analysis of Computer Architectures  ( Fall 2013  Fall 2012)
COMP 4622:  Computer Communication Networks II  (Fall 2011)
COMP 6111A:  Cloud Computing Systems  ( Fall 2011  )
COMP 362:  Computer Communication Networks II  ( Fall 2010   Fall 2009 )
COMP 561:  Computer Networks  (Fall 2010)
COMP 660L: Topics in Cloud Computing  ( Fall 2009 )
COMP 381:   Design and Analysis of Computer Architectures  ( Fall 2008 )

Selected publications (Complete publication list.)


Conference Papers

Software Releases

mrcc: An efficient distributed compilation tool for cloud computing systems baesd on Hadoop or MRlite.
VigilNet:: A robust, self-organizing, wireless sensor network for long-term surveillance and target classification, consisting of more than 30,000 lines of code running on ExScal (XSM) motes (MICA2-class devices).
VDB debugging utility: A flexible debugging utility for TinyOS.















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D-CLOUD 2011

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