My research spans a number of areas in computer systems, including
networking, distributed systems, databases, and programming languages.
Here is a complete list of
my publications, or
Recent Publications and Announcements:
In the News:
I am an Assistant Professor at Yale
University and a Research Scientist
at Barefoot Networks.
Prior to joining Yale, I was an Associate Professor at
the Università della
Svizzera italiana in Lugano, Switzerland, where I still hold an
Adjunct Professor position. I received my B.A. from Brown University,
and my Ph.D. from NYU. After my Ph.D., I was a post-doc at Cornell
University. Concurrent with my graduate studies, I was a research
co-op in the Data Intensive Systems and Analytics Group at IBM
T. J. Watson Research Center for two years.
Seun Omonije (Yale)
PhD student alumni
- Huynh Tu Dang, (USI) PhD January 2019, joined Western Digital Research.
Advanced Networking: Build an Internet Router
Network Programming Languages
(USI and Politecnico di Milano, Ph.D.):
Domain Specific Languages
(Cornell University, Graduate):
- P4 Hackathon at NSDI:
- P4 European Workshop (P4EU):
- P4 SIGCOMM Tutorial:
- P4 Developer Day:
- Workshop on Networking and Programming Languages (NetPL):
- Workshop on Dependability Issues in SDN and NFV (DISN):