debna004 «at» umn·edu
Biplob Debnath is a fifth year PhD student in the University of Minnesota. His current research focuses mainly on the following issues related to flash memory: 1) improving write performance and longevity, 2) designing new flash-aware algorithms, data structures, and architectures to allow existing applications (e.g., Database Systems) as well as new applications (e.g., Data Deduplication) to take full advantage of the performance improvements promised by flash-based storage systems, and 3) deploying flash memory as an extended cache in the storage hierarchy to improve overall system performance. Earlier, he worked on database performance tuning and intelligent storage systems.
|Oct 1, 2009||Biplob Debnath, Mohamed Mokbel, David Lilja, David Du, Integrating SSS into Storage Hierarchy]|
|Sep 1, 2009||Biplob Debnath, David Du, David Lilja, Integrating SSS into Storage Hierarchy]|
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