Efficient and Trustworthy
Operating, Open-Source, Operational Systems Group
The ETOS group builds and investigates core abstractions and techniques for improving the efficiency and trustworthiness of practical computer systems. We conduct research on operating systems, distributed systems, data privacy, web services, data center infrastructure, compilers, and security. ETOS builds practical, efficient, and easy-to-use working systems, and releases them as open-source software. We are part of the Systems Group at Brown CS.
- October 2023: Artem wins the Student Research Competition at SOSP 2023!
- October 2023: Our paper on disguising and revealing user data with Edna appears at SOSP 2023!
- July 2023: Our paper on GDPR-compliant storage with K9db appeared at OSDI 2023!
- June 2023: Two ETOS papers on Soft Memory and True Utility Computing with Quicksand published at HotOS 2023!
- May 2023: Malte's Omega paper wins the Test-of-Time Award at EuroSys 2023.
- May 2023: Sreshtaa and Hannah receive senior prizes from Brown CS!
- April 2023: Our paper on logical processes in Nu appears at NSDI 2023.
- September 2022: Our paper on GDPRizer appears at VLDB 2022.
- April 2022: Malte received Brown's Henry Merritt Wriston Fellowship.
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- Leonhard Spiegelberg (PhD, → Snowflake)
- Sreshtaa Rajesh (ScB, → MIT Lincoln Labs)
- Vic Li (MSc, → University of Washington)
- Benjamin Kilimnik (ScB)
- Aaron Rosario Jeyaraj (ScB, → Crusoe Energy)
- Hannah Gross (ScB, → MIT)
- Raj Paul (ScB, → Oracle)
- Benjamin Givertz (ScB, → Twitch)
- Ishan Sharma (MSc, → AWS)
- Yunzhi Shao (MSc, → Amazon)
- Sinan Pehlivanoglu (MSc, → VMware)
- Eleonora Kiziv (ScB, → Google)