Francisco Maturana @ CMU
I am a PhD Student in the CSD and the PDL at CMU doing research on Coding Theory for Distributed Storage Systems. I have the privilege of being advised by Rashmi Vinayak.
Previously, I was an undergraduate and master's student at PUC Chile, where I was advised by Cristian Riveros.
Tiger: disk-adaptive redundancy without placement restrictions,
Bandwidth cost of code conversions in the split regime,
Irregular Array Codes with Arbitrary Access Sets for Geo-Distributed Storage,
Bandwidth cost of code conversions in distributed storage: Fundamental limits and optimal constructions,
Pacemaker: Avoiding HeART attacks in storage clusters with disk-adaptive redundancy,
Access-Optimal Linear MDS Convertible Codes for All Parameters,
Convertible Codes: New Class of Codes for Efficient Conversion of Coded Data in Distributed Storage,
Document Spanners for Extracting Incomplete Information: Expressiveness and Complexity,
A Framework for Annotating CSV-like Data,