I joined Facebook networking group in 2014. Currently I lead teams working on network analytics and edge traffic engineering. I received my PhD degree at Stanford University, working with Professor Nick McKeown and Professor George Varghese. Before that, I received the Master's Degree from Department of Electrical Engineering at Stanford and the Bachelor's Degree from Department of Electronic Engineering at Tsinghua University.
hyzeng _at_ cs.stanford.edu
1601 Willow Rd, Menlo Park, CA 94025
I'm broadly interested in aspects on computer networks and systems. My research focuses on formal network testing, software-defined network, and programmable hardware. Recently, I worked on automatic data plan testing systems, including ATPG and Libra, helping network engineers better troubleshoot massive scale networks.
I was also a core hardware developer in the NetFPGA project. NetFPGA is a hardware platform for networking research and education. Many research systems run on NetFPGA, and it is being used around the world. I was a lead developer on NetFPGA-10G, the next generation 80Gbps platform for prototyping the future Internet.