Hongqiang (Harry) Liu


Postdoc Researcher
Mobility and Networking Research Group
Microsoft Research

Office Address:
One Microsoft Way, Building 99, Redmond, WA, 98052

Email: harliu AT [my company's name] DOT com

Biography  Research  Publications  Industry Experience  Professional Activities  Awards  Skills

Biography

Hongqiang is currently a Postdoc Researcher at Microsoft Research.
He passed his Ph.D. thesis defense at the Department of Computer Science, Yale University on May 7th 2014. His advisor is Prof. David Gelernter .
Previously he received the B.S and M.S. degrees from Tsinghua University, Beijing, China in 2007 and 2010, respectively. His advisor is Prof. Xing Li.
[Here] is his updated CV.

Research

His research interest includes traffic engineering (TE), software-defined networking (SDN), data center networks (DCN), content delivery networks (CDN), peer-to-peer (P2P) applications and cloud infrastructures for BigData.

Publications

Industry Experience

  • July. 2013 -Feb. 2014, Microsoft Research, Redmond, WA, 98052
    Research Intern, Manager: Ratul Mahajan
    Project: Traffic engineering which is proactively robust to faults on both data and control planes.

  • May. 2012 -Sep. 2012, Microsoft Research, Redmond, WA, 98052
    Research Intern, Manager: Ming Zhang
    Project: Automating updates in data center networks with software-defined networking (SDN).

  • May. 2011 -Sep. 2011, Impinj Inc., Seattle, WA, 98103
    Software Developer Intern
    Project: A TCP/IP based remote chip testing and monitoring system.

  • May Sep. 2008-Apr. 2009, Wireless and Network Group in Microsoft Research Asia, Beijing, China 100190
    Intern, Advisor: Yongqiang Xiong
    Project: measurement and analysis on enterprise traffic and P2P caching.

  • May Jan. 2007-Sep. 2007, Wireless and Network Group in Microsoft Research Asia, Beijing, China 100190
    Intern, Advisor: Guobin (Jacky) Shen
    Project: moving P2P traffic onto HTTP protocol to leverage existing HTTP cache.

  • Professional Activities

  • External Reviews
    1. ACM PODC 2014
    2. IEEE INFOCOM 2014
  • Journal Reviews
    1. ACM/IEEE Transaction on Networking (ToN), 2014
    2. ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communications Review (CCR), 2013
    3. IEEE Transactions on Reliability, 2013
    4. IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, 2013
    5. IEEE Transactions on Pervasive Computing, 2013
    6. Computer Communications, 2013

    Hornors and Awards

  • 2013, SIGCOMM'13 Student Travel Grant.
  • 2011, Winner of Cascadia Innovation Fellowship.
  • 2010, Excellent Thesis Award for Master Students of Tsinghua University.
  • 2008, The second prize in the "Challenger Cup" Student Technical Competition of Tsinghua University.
  • 2007, The first prize in Project of Student Research Training of Tsinghua University.
  • 2006, Tsinghua-CCB Scholarship for excellent academic performance.
  • 2004, First Prize in Beijing Physics Competition for University Student.
  • 2004, Tsinghua-WeiLun Scholarship for excellent academic performance.
  • 2003, First-class Scholarship for Excellent Freshmen (top 1%), Tsinghua University.
  • 2003, Top 1 out of 180,000 students in National College Entrance Examination, Liaoning Province, China.
  • 2003, First Prize of National Physics Olympiad, Liaoning Province, China.
  • 2003, Second Prize of National Mathematics Olympiad, Liaoning Province, China.
  • 2000, First Prize of National Physics Olympiad, Liaoning Province, China.
  • 2000, First Prize of National Mathematics Olympiad, Liaoning Province, China.
  • Skills

  • Languages: Native in Mandarin, Fluent in English
  • Programming: C/C++, C#, Java, Python, Matlab.
  • Mathematics: linear and convex optimizations, high-dimensional geometries.
  • Last Modified: April, 2014