Yangwook Kang

Sr. Staff Engineer
Samsung Semiconductor, Inc.

He has received his PhD in Computer Science from Center for Research in Storage Systems (CRSS) at University of California, Santa Cruz in 2014. He worked on the use of object-based storage model as an universal access model for existing and future non-volatile memories, and explored various designs of such systems with professor Ethan L. Miller and professor Darrell Long during his PhD study. After that, he continued his researches on intelligent storage devices at Samsung Semiconductor, designing and developing prototypes of in-storage computing devices, key-value SSDs, and Smart SSDs and their ecosystems including storage systems, key-value stores and big-data processing systems, such as Hadoop and Rocks DB.

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