Jocy LinCo-Founder & Managing Director
Fan Long, an Assistant Professor at University of Toronto. He graduated from Tsinghua University Yao Class, and he holds PhD of Computer Science from MIT. His research interests include systems security, programming language, and blockchain. He is a recipient of ACM SIGSOFT Outstanding Dissertation Award and MIT Best Dissertation Award. He has more than 20 publications on top computer science conferences with more than 1000 citations. He was also a competitive programmer. He won gold medals twice in International Olympiad of Informatics (2005, 2006), and ACM-ICPC Program Contest regional championship.
JiaPing WangChief Strategic Officer & Advisor
Wei Xu, Assistant Professor and Assistant Dean of the Institute of Interdisciplinary Information Science(IIIS), Tsinghua University. He is also the Associate Dean of the Institute of Financial Technology of Tsinghua University and Director of the Blockchain Research Center. Professor Wei Xu’s research interests focus on cross-disciplinary research in distributed systems and machine learning. He obtained his Master and and Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from University of California, Berkeley. He was advised by Professor David Patterson, winner of the 2017 Turing Award. He holds a bachelor's degree in computer science from the University of Pennsylvania (he also spent two years in the Department of Computer Science at Tsinghua University). He has won Faculty Research Awards from Google and IBM, Graduate Student Advising Award and Top-Performance Employee Award from Tsinghua University, and Beijing Teaching Pioneer Award. He has published more than 40 papers in top conferences in systems, networks, machine learning, and optical communications, etc. He won the DSN, APSys Best Paper Award. Prior to joining Tsinghua, he worked at Google headquarters and was responsible for R&D in infrastructure reliability.
Emin Gün SirerCornell professor
Ming Wu is the founding member of Conflux. Before joining the Conflux Team, Ming was a senior researcher at Systems Research Group in Microsoft Research Asia. He has extensive expertise in the design and implementation of distributed systems. He designed and implemented the large-scale and highly efficient distributed machine learning systems which were applied in Microsoft products. Dr. Ming Wu graduated from University of Science and Technology of China, and he obtained a Ph.D. in computer science from the Institute of Computing Technology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2007. Later in 2007, he joined Microsoft Research Asia. His main research interests and research directions involves distributed transaction processing systems, graph computing engines and artificial intelligence platforms. Dr. Ming Wu has published many papers top conference in computer system and various fields, such as SOSP, OSDI, NSDI, ATC, EuroSys, SoCC, VLDB, etc. He has also served as Committee Member of OSDI, ASPLOS, HotDep, and MiddleWare, and he is the publication Chair of SOSP'17.
Daniel JeffriesHackernoon Founder
Matt Chow graduated from Tsinghua University Yao Class, and he is a Ph.D candidate of computer science in Carnegie Mellon University. His research interests include networking, systems, and blockchain. Matt was a system architect at Hudson River Trading, an industry-leading automated trading firm, where he designed and optimized the infrastructures for large scale high-frequency trading. He was a competitive programmer who won gold medal in International Olympiad of Informatics, and regional championship in ACM-ICPC competition Program Contest.
Prof. Parteek SaxenaSingapore National Univeristy
Zhe Yang graduated from Tsinghua University (he once studied at Yao Class, and later graduated from Department of Mathematics), and he published a paper at top computer theory conference CRYPTO when he was still a senior student at Tsinghua. After graduating from Tsinghua, Zhe worked at Hulu, Face++, and Google, and has extensive experience in P2P streaming, AI, CDN, and Engineering Productivity. Zhe Yang won the gold medal in the National Olympiad of Informatics.
Jehan ChuKenetic Founder
Yanpei Liu graduated from the ACM class of Shanghai Jiaotong University. Prior to join the Conflux team, he was an analyst at Sequoia Capital, where he was responsible for the analysis and investment of technology portfolios. Yanpei is an excellent programmer. He has won the ACM-ICPC Program Contest Regional Championship and the World Finals Gold Medal (2nd place) , and he has won World Finals of the Code Jam Programming Contest.
Chenxing Li graduated from Yao Class, Tsinghua University. He is currently a Ph.D. student at the Institute of Interdisciplinary Information at Tsinghua University, advised by professor Andrew Yao. Chenxing's research interests include: applied cryptography and blockchain consensus algorithm. He has won the third prize of Yao Chi-Chih Scholarship and the gold medal of the National Mathematical Olympiad.
Max Zhang360 Director
Peilun Li graduated from Yao Class, Tsinghua University. He is currently a Ph.D. student at the Institute of Interdisciplinary Information at Tsinghua University. Peilun's research interests include distributed systems and blockchain consensus algorithms. He has won first class award in the regional physics competition.
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