Shuai Mu

I am an assistant professor of Computer Science at Stony Brook University, starting from 2019 spring. My main research interests are in distributed systems and operating systems. I am currently recruiting PhD/MS students. If you are interested, drop me an email with a brief resume.

Prior to joining Stony Brook, I worked 3 years at NYU as a post-doc and a lecturer in the Systems Group. I obtained my Ph.D. from Tsinghua University and B.S. from China Agricultural University. During my graduate studies, I had the luck to be a visiting student at NYU, USC, and University of Sydney. (Full CV)


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Recent Publications

  • Deferred Runtime Pipelining for contentious multicore software transactions [paper, tr]
    Shuai Mu, Sebastian Angel, Dennis Shasha
    EuroSys 19

  • Consolidating Concurrency Control and Consensus for Commits under Conflicts [paper, tr, tla+, code]
    Shuai Mu, Lamont Nelson, Wyatt Lloyd, Jinyang Li
    OSDI 16

  • The SNOW Theorem and Latency-Optimal Read-Only Transactions [paper]
    Haonan Lu, Christopher Hodsdon, Khiem Ngo, Shuai Mu, Wyatt Lloyd
    OSDI 16

  • Scaling Multicore Databases via Constrained Parallel Execution [paper, tr]
    Zhaoguo Wang, Shuai Mu, Yang Cui, Han Yi, Haibo Chen, Jinyang Li
    SIGMOD 16

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