Nodir Kodirov

Me in a happy day :-)

Welcome to my corner of the Internet. I am a PhD student at Computer Science department of University of British Columbia.

I am broadly interested in systems research. I am working under supervision of Ivan Beschastnikh in the Networks, Systems, and Security laboratory. Recently, I have been working on data center resource scheduling with an emphasis on network, such as network functions virtualization and dataflow systems. I am also developing an increasing interest in formal verification techniques, in particular, applying SMT solvers to systems problems.

News

May 12, 2017: I presented poster on applying NetSolver on VDC allocation at ICICS-ECE-IEEE Workshop on IoT.
Apr. 23, 2017: Our work on applying NetSolver on Virtual Data Center (VDC) allocation is accepted at IJCAI'17.
May 1, 2016: The recording of our Austin talk is up. Watch performance of the world's smallest private cloud!

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Education and work

I received my Master of Science at Konkuk University, Seoul, South Korea, and Bachelors degree at TUIT, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
Before joining UBC, I was at ETRI, Daejeon, South Korea for almost 3 years. There, I worked on several fun projects related to Cloud networking.

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Otherwise

I try to keep an active social life. I do so by getting involved in various activities in the department and community I am part of. I also enjoy reading novels, playing soccer, running, and like everyone else - travelling. The plan is to start exploring Vancouver and greater Vancouver on my recently purchased bike.

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