Resume: Jaeheon Yi
I currently work as a software engineer at Google, since March 2012.
Ph.D., Computer Science, UC Santa Cruz (December 2011)
M.S., Computer Science, UC Santa Cruz (December 2009)
B.S., Computer Science, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea (August 2005)
Cooperative Types for Controlling Thread Interference in Java (ISSTA '12)
The Evolution of Data Races (MSR '12)
[IEEE | pdf]
Sound Predictive Race Detection in Polynomial Time (POPL '12)
Two for the Price of One: A Model for Parallel and Incremental Computation (OOPSLA '11)
— OOPSLA Distinguished Paper
Cooperative Reasoning for Preemptive Execution (PPoPP '11)
Velodrome: A Precise Dynamic Atomicity Checker For Multithreaded Programs (PLDI '08)
Types for Precise Thread Interference (FOOL '11)
[pdf | UCSC]
User Evaluation of Correctness Conditions: A Case Study of Cooperability (PLATEAU '10)
Effects for Cooperable and Serializable Threads (TLDI '10)
SideTrack: Generalizing Dynamic Atomicity Analysis (PADTAD '09)
Tiddle: A Trace Description Language for Generating Concurrent Benchmarks to Test Dynamic Analyses (WODA '09)
Proving Correctness of a Dynamic Atomicity Analysis in Coq (WMM '08)
The Effect of VSIDS on SAT Solver Performance
[UCSC | pdf]
CMPS 203 Graduate Programming Languages, Winter 2009, Winter 2010
CMPS 104a Fundamentals of Compiler Design I, Fall 2010
CMPS 102 Introduction to Analysis of Algorithms, Spring 2009
CMPS 101 Abstract Data Types, Fall 2006
CMPS 12a Introduction to Programming, Spring 2008
CMPS 80s From Software Innovation to Social Entrepeneurship, Spring 2011
Microsoft Research, June~September 2010.
Incremental Computation in Concurrent Revisions.
With Sebastian Burckhardt, Daan Leijen, Tom Ball.
Google, Inc., June~September 2008.
Lock Annotations in DWARF.
With Le-Chun Wu, Cary Coutant, Brian Grant.
Google, Inc., June~September 2007.
Infrastructure Transfer Service.
With Emanuel Taropa, Sunita Verma.
Java, C++/C#/C, Python, Haskell, Bash
My home is Seoul, Korea. My general interests include science fiction, philosophy, Russian literature, and Astor Piazzolla's music. I've picked up some other interests too: bike fixing, playing fiddle music, and tea. I know computers can be made to do much more than they can now, and that is one of my motivations for pursuing research in computer science. I started graduate school in September 2006, and finished in December 2011. I really enjoyed my time in Santa Cruz, but I've now moved to San Francisco. Stay tuned!
Stuff to do in Santa Cruz!
- Climb the moon rocks in the Bonny Doon mountains
- Go tidepooling along the rocks next to Natural Bridges Beach
- Take the train up to Felton with hundreds of fellow cyclists and bike down Highway 9!
- Listen to friends play music at a tea house
- Enjoy a soak at the local spa
- Bike up to Bonny Doon -- a challenging ride! Try going up Icecream Grade or Smith Grade.
- Learn some acro yoga
- Watch shooting stars lying down at the beach
- Buy fresh organic food at the Farmers Market
- Enjoy the awesome view of Monterey Bay from campus
- Contact improv on the beach
- Have an organic beer at the local brewery - I like the Devout Stout
- Bike to Monterey or Palo Alto
- Mountain biking in the trails and along the ocean
- Hike in the beautiful mountains, cross a stream while doing so
- Walk along the beach and enjoy the sunset
- Take a dip in the ocean
- Have a barbeque in one of the parks
To email me, append my first name with @ and the cs.ucsc.edu domain.