Department of Computer Science
University of Chicago
Hai Duc Nguyen is a PhD student in the Department of
Computer Science at the University of Chicago.
He obtained his B.E in Computer Engineering
from Ho Chi Minh City University of
Technology (HCMUT, also known as Bach Khoa University) in
2016 and M.S in Computer Science from University of Chicago in 2019. During
the time at HCMUT, Hai contributed to projects concerning constructing
storage systems for large datasets by exploiting advanced hardware architectures.
The results of his research are playing a crucial role in
BK Smart Traffic -- a real-time traffic
monitoring system used by the local government and people in Ho Chi Minh City
for dealing with the traffic congestion during rush hours.
At the University of Chicago, Hai works under the supervision of
Prof. Andrew A. Chien in the
Zero-Carbon Cloud Project,
in which he is studying to leverage the serverless model for maximizing
the values of computation resources and software solutions at minimum efforts.
His research interests include Cloud and Edge Computing, especially Serverless,
Large-scale Systems, and High-Performance Computing.
For more information, please check out his online CV and Google Scholar Profile.