kchang44 «at» ucsc·edu
Kenneth Chang is a Ph.D Graduate student who started in 2016. His interests lie in computer systems security, performance and storage. He did his undergraduate career at USC, majoring in Computer Engineering and Computer Science.
His current project is Inkpack, a storage system that reduces the chances of data exposure when drives are improperly removed from the storage system.
|Jun 4, 2018||Oceane Bel, Kenneth Chang, Daniel Bittman, Hiroshi Isozaki, Darrell D. E. Long, Ethan L. Miller, Secure File and Storage Systems] [Storage Class Memories]|
|Nov 13, 2017||
Ethan L. Miller,
Darrell D. E. Long,
CAPES: Unsupervised Storage Performance Tuning Using Neural Network-Based Deep Reinforcement Learning,Supercomputing '17, November 2017. [Scalable High-Performance QoS] [Tracing and Benchmarking] [Ultra-Large Scale Storage]