Guanzhou Hu

Feeling comfortably numb

Find me on GitHub

CV | LinkedIn | Google Scholar (at)
josehu (at)

To all my loved ones and my friends ♥
GitHub Pages — Theme by orderedlist

About Me

I am a computer science Ph.D. student in the ADSL lab at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, advised by Professor Andrea Arpaci-Dusseau and Professor Remzi Arpaci-Dusseau. My research interest lies in computer systems, especially distributed storage systems and operating systems.

My current research focus is on modernizing distributed replication protocols for emerging workloads, such as data-heavy replication and wide-area replication. Previously, I have studied file systems and kernel storage stack technologies for new hardware such as persistent memory.

/// Keep calm & do good research!
impl<CS> Researcher<CS> for Me {
    // TODO: This method is far from complete.
    fn week(
        &mut self,
        paper: &Paper<CS>,
        project: &mut Project<CS>,
    ) -> Result<(), Box<dyn Error>> {
        let report =;
        let progress = project.exec()?;
        self.meeting(report, progress)?;

If you don’t mind wasting a few seconds of your life, please take a look at these rather cool open-source projects I did!

For my teaching, research, and work experience, the awards and honors I received, and my services for the research community, please check out my CV.

Work Experience

2024.05 - 2024.08 Applied Scientist Intern (Storage Systems & ARG) ↩︎ Amazon S3, Seattle


2020.08 - 20??.?? Ph.D. Candidate in Computer Science ↩︎ UW-Madison
2019.09 - 2020.07 Special Student Program ↩︎ MIT
2019.07 - 2019.09 Summer Research Intern ↩︎ UCLA
2016.09 - 2020.07 B.Eng. in Computer Science ShanghaiTech

Please comment below anything you wanna say! 😉