Biography

Junxue ZHANG is a PhD student of computer scinece at iSINGLab, Hong Kong Univeristy of Science and Technology. He is under supervision of Prof. Kai CHEN. His reseach interests are data center networking, AI systems and privacy preserving computation. He is the co-founder of Clustar Technology Co., Ltd. He is in the TSC of federated machine learning framework: FATE.

Before joining HKUST, he received his BSc and MSc from Southeast Univeristy.

Junxue has a broad range of intersts in his daily life. He is an amateur photographer mainly at landscape and sometimes portrait. He likes coffee, and is a fresh man in latte art. He also has a not very large collection of Lego. Junxue has 1 cat named Little Silver (小盐) & 2 dogs named Little White (小白) and Big White (大白).

Interests

  • Data Center Networking
  • AI Systems
  • Privacy Preserving Computation

Education

  • PhD Student in Computer Science & Engineering, 2016

    Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

  • MSc in Computer Science & Engineering, 2013

    Southeast Univeristy

  • BSc in Software Engineering, 2009

    Southeast Univeristy

Industry Experience

 
 
 
 
 

Co-founder, CTO

Clustar Technology Co., Ltd

Dec 2018 – Present Shen Zhen

Clustar is a startup company founded in 2017. Clustar provides world-leading privacy-preserving AI solution for various banks, including WeBank, China Construction Bank and China Merchants Bank.

Clustar has received investment from Sequaio, Co-Stone, HKSTP, CMBI and HTSC.

Responsibilities include:

  • R&D in Software
  • R&D in Hardware
  • Innovation

Opensource

Liteflow

LiteFlow is a framework to integrate a trained neural network into Linux kernel datapath…

NS3 DCN

NS3 DCN support simulating data center networking facilities, including DCTCP, Conga, Heremes…

Nutcat

Nutcat is a graph processing framework in Scala. Open to see its potential to support GNN…

Talks

Awards

SIGCOMM 17 Travel Grants

Postgraduate Fellowship

National Scholarship

Google Excellent Student Scholarship

National Scholarship