Inho Cho

Ph.D. Student
CSAIL
MIT EECS
inhocho [at] csail [dot] mit [dot] edu

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About Me

I am a third year Ph.D. student working with Professor Mohammad Alizadeh and Adam Belay at MIT CSAIL. Before joining the MIT, I received B.S. and M.S. in Electrical Engineering at KAIST at 2015 and 2018 under the advice of Professor Dongsu Han.

My research interests are about fast and efficient datacenter operation including datacenter congestion control and microservice application architecture. I am currently interested in identifying and solving the problems with microsecond-scale microservices.

Publications

  1. Overload Control for μs-scale RPCs with Breakwater
  2. Credit-Scheduled Delay-Bounded Congestion Control for Datacenters
  3. Practical Message-Passing Framework for Large-Scale Combinatorial Optimization