Background

Feiyi Wang received his Ph.D. in Computer Engineering from North Carolina State University (NCSU). Before he joined Oak Ridge National Laboratory as a research scientist, he worked at Cisco Systems and Microelectronic Center of North Carolina (MCNC) as a lead developer and principal investigator for several DARPA-funded projects. His current research interests include high-performance storage system, parallel I/O and file systems, fault tolerance and system simulation, and scientific data management and integration. Dr. Wang is a Joint Faculty Professor at the University of Tennessee and a senior member of IEEE.

R&D Activities Contributions

Spider Storage System - The Spider Lustre-based Parallel File System Development and Deployment: The OLCF has deployed multiple large-scale parallel file systems (PFS) to support its operations. During this…

Grand Unified Information Directory Environment (GUIDE) - GUIDE is a framework used to collect, federate, and analyze log data from OLCF, and to derive insights into facility operations based on the log…

Improving Parallel IO Efficiency & Usability - Spider PFS Metadata Snapshot Capture and Analysis: (i) LustreDU: The development a scalable tool to capture daily snapshots of the 1-Billion entry Spider PFS’s metadata.…