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Meng Xu

University of Pennsylvania
PhD Student
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Meng Xu is a 3rd year PhD student in the PRECISE Center at the University of Pennsylvania. He is working on the Real-Time Xen Project, which aims to bridge the gap between real-time scheduling theory and virtualization technology. He is the contributor of the RTDS real-time scheduler in Xen 4.5. He is also working on the Compositional Analysis for Real-Time Systems (CARTS) Project, which supports the compositionality of timing requirements of real-time applications and serves as the tool to compute the resource requirement of each guest domain in RT-Xen. He co-presented “RT-Xen: Real-Time Virtualization in Xen” in Xen Developer Summit 2014. He also presented two research papers in two top-tier real-time systems conferences (RTAS and RTSS) in 2013.