Professor          xu

School of Computing
  University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Office: 108 Schorr Center

ZIP: 68588-0150

Phone: (402) 472-1053

  • Looking for undergraduate students who are interested in paid undergraduate research or UCARE, please contact me for more information.
  • Looking for new PhD students to work on two new NSF projects on TCP.
  • Our paper "Auter: Automatically Tuning Multi-layer Network Buffers in Long-Distance Shadowsocks Networks" was accepted to IEEE INFOCOM 2022. Congratulations, Xu!
  • Our paper "Efficient protocol testing under temporal uncertain events using discrete-event network simulations" was accepted to ACM Transactions on Modeling and Computer Simulation 2021. Congratulations, Minh!
  • New NSF grant to redesign and reimplement TCP with not only efficient performance but also verifable correctness from 2021 to 2025.
  • New NSF grant to efficiently test hardware-based network protocols from 2021 to 2024.
  • Our paper "QoS-Aware Network Energy Optimization for Danmu Video Streaming in WiFi Networks" was accepted to IEEE IWQoS 2021. Congratulations, Nan!
  • Our paper "Model-Agnostic and Efficient Exploration of Numerical Congestion Control State Space of Real-World TCP Implementations" was accepted to IEEE Transactions on Networking 2021. Congratulations, Wei!
  • Our paper "TCP BBR in Cloud Networks: Challenges, Analysis, and Solutions" was accepted to IEEE ICDCS 2021. Congratulations, Phuong!
  • IEEE ICC 2021 in Montreal Canada, June, 2021
  • Our paper "QuRate: Power-Efficient Mobile Immersive Video Streaming" was accepted to ACM Multimedia Systems 2020 and won the "DASH Excellence Award" and "Best Paper Award"! Congratulations, Nan!
  • New NSF grant to develop a symbolic network simulator for correctness testing of network protocols from 2019 to 2021.
  • Our paper "A Novel Timestamping Mechanism for Clouds and Its Application on Available Bandwidth Estimation" was accepted to IEEE ICDCS 2019. Congratulations, Phuong!
  • Our paper "Model-Agnostic and Efficient Exploration of Numerical State Space of Real-World TCP Congestion Control Implementations" was accepted to USENIX NSDI 2019. Congratulations, Wei!
  • Our paper "Efficient systematic testing of network protocols with temporal uncertain events" was accepted to IEEE INFOCOM 2019. Congratulations, Minh!
  • Received UNL Course Redesign Incentive Grant to modify and make the course materials accessible to students with disabilities in 2018.
  • Our CUBIC TCP was adopted by Microsoft as the default TCP congestion control algorithm for Windows 10 and Windows Server 2019 for "improved performance on Windows 10 thanks to CUBIC" and "a faster and safer Internet" in 2018. CUBIC has already been adopted by Linux and Apple's macOS/iOS.
  • Our CUBIC TCP specification was published as RFC 8312 by IETF in 2018.