I am a Ph.D. student at the UW Paul G. Allen School, and am currently working in the new SystemsResearch@Google group. At UW, I am a member of the Systems Lab, advised by Prof. Arvind Krishnamurthy and Prof. Tom Anderson. My research considers the theory and practice of distributed systems. In particular, I am interested in designing efficient systems around high-performance hardware including programmable NICs, persistent memory, etc.
Previously, I was an undergraduate at Johns Hopkins University, where I studied Computer Science with a double major in Electrical Engineering. At Hopkins, I worked with Prof. Yair Amir in the Distributed Systems & Networks Lab, on Spire, a distributed, intrusion-tolerant control system for the power grid.
- Xenic: SmartNIC-Accelerated Distributed Transactions. SOSP '21. PDF
Henry N. Schuh, Weihao Liang, Ming Liu, Jacob Nelson, Arvind Krishnamurthy.
- Assise: Performance and Availability via Client-local NVM in a Distributed File System. OSDI '20. PDF
Thomas E. Anderson, Marco Canini, Jongyul Kim, Dejan Kostic, Youngjin Kwon, Simon Peter, Waleed Reda, Henry N. Schuh, Emmett Witchel.
- Offloading Distributed Applications onto SmartNICs using iPipe. SIGCOMM '19. PDF
Ming Liu, Tianyi Cui, Henry N. Schuh, Arvind Krishnamurthy, Simon Peter, Karan Gupta.
Email me at hschuh at uw.edu.