The Emory Lab for Computational Systems and their Biologial Connections (SimBioSys) is a partnership of researchers studying algorithms and simulations in the domains and intersections of biological application and networked systems. Our projects span smarter caches, computational epidemiology, storage system analysis, computer security, wireless mesh network optimization, biologically plausible neural networks and the theory of learning.
The Principal Investigators of SimBioSys are Profs. Avani Wildani and Ymir Vigfusson from the Emory CSI program.

News and Events

  • 02/25/2019     Prof. Ymir Vigfusson is giving a tutorial at FAST'19 on "Caches in the Modern Memory Hierarchy with Persistent Memory and Flash".

  • 02/13/2019     Hobin Yoon defended his PhD dissertation on "Cost-configurable Cloud Storage System Architecture Designs", co-advised by Prof. Ymir Vigfusson.

  • 11/12/2018     Si Chen and Prof. Avani Wildani will be presenting their paper, "Chasing the Signal: Statistically Separating Multi-Tenant I/O Workloads" at the NIPS 2018 Workshop on Machine Learning for Systems.

  • 09/25/2018     Prof. Avani Wildani co-chaired MASCOTS'18 in Milwaukee,WI.

  • 09/01/2018     Prof. Avani Wildani was awarded a URC Grant to study data management and imputation for modeling air pollution using aerosol optical depth.

  • 03/12/2018     Prof. Ymir Vigfusson gave a tutorial at NVME'18 in UCSD.

  • 02/14/2018     Prof. Ymir Vigfusson talked at FAST'18 Tutorial on "Caches for the Persistent Memory and Flash Era".

  • 02/14/2018     Pranav Bhandari presented at FAST'18 on "Automated Metric Extractor for Filesystem Traces".