Guoqing (Harry) Xu

   Assistant Professor
   Office: 3212 Donald Bren Hall
   Computer Science Department
   Donald Bren School of Computer and Information Sciences
   University of California, Irvine
   harry.g.xu at uci dot edu




A paper accepted to TOSEM with minor revision.

The refinement-based statistical debugging paper conditionally accepted to OOPSLA'16. Congratulations to Zhiqiang and Lu!

The DynaGraph paper accepted to USENIX ATC'16. Congratulations to Keval!

A paper accepted to TOCS with minor revision.

PerfBlower was released! If you work on dynamic analysis but do not want to hack JVM, try our instrumentation specification language (ISL) in PerfBlower. Read our ECOOP'15 paper or the Morning Paper introduction of the paper for details.

One idea paper was accepted to PLOS'15 (colocated with SOSP'15). Congratulations to Khanh and Lu!

The ''interruptible task'' paper was accepted to SOSP'15. Congratulations to Lu and Khanh!

GraphQ is publicly available! Try it if you have a very large graph but only want to know information about a small number of vertices and edges.

The GraphQ paper was accepted to USENIX ATC'15. Congratulations to Kai!

The PerfBlower paper was accepted to ECOOP'15. Congratulations to Lu!

The Facade paper was accepted to ASPLOS'15. Congratulations to Khanh and everyone else in the group!

Congratulations to Khanh for winning the third prize (bronze medal) in the ACM Student Research Competition at PLDI'14.

A new collaborative grant awarded from NSF CCF to support my research on performance debugging and testing.

A new (sole-PI) grant awarded from ONR to support my research on automated data structure replacement.

A paper accepted to TOSEM.

A paper accepted to CGO'14.

A paper accepted to ASE'13.

A new (sole-PI) grant awarded from NSF CNS.

We have released Resurrector, a new object lifetime profiling tool! Please read our OOPSLA'13 paper for details.

We have released our demand-driven context-sensitive alias analysis! This analysis gives you better performance as it does not need to perform a points-to analysis first.

Our Big Data design paper got a Chinese transaltion!

One paper accepted to ESEC/FSE'13. Congratulations to Khanh, who has a top conference paper before finishing the first year!

One paper accepted to OOPSLA'13.

All the talk slides for the pre-OOPSLA-PC-meeting workshop can be found here. Thanks to all the contributing PC members!

One paper accepted to ISSTA'13.

One paper accepted to ISMM'13.

One paper accepted to ECOOP'13.

About Me

I am an assistant professor in the computer science department of University of California, Irvine.

My research interests range from software engineering, through programming languages and compilers, to runtime/operating/distributed systems. I am recently interested in building scalable and performant Big Data systems.


o    Publications

o    Curriculum Vitae

Current Projects

o    Big Data Support for Big Code Analysis

o    Language, compiler, and runtime systems support for highly efficient, scalable, and adaptive Big Data systems

o    Runtime bloat detection and optimizations

Research Group

o    Dr. Zhiqiang Zuo (PostDoc starting April 2015)

o    Khanh Nguyen (Ph.D. student starting Fall 2012)

o    Lu Fang (Ph.D. student starting Fall 2012)

o    Kai Wang (Ph.D. student starting Fall 2013)

o    Sanaz Alamian (Ph.D. student starting Fall 2015)

o    Aftab Hussain (Ph.D. student starting Fall 2015)

o    Cheng Cai (Ph.D. student starting Fall 2015)

o    Keval Vora (Visiting Ph.D. student from UC Riverside, co-advised with Rajiv Gupta)

o    Matthew Hartz (Undergrad)

Affiliated Students

o    Vijay Palepu (Software engineering group)

o    Yingyi Bu (Information system group)


o    Jianfei Hu (M.S. 2015, now at Google)

o    Louis Zhang (2014 summer intern from Troy High, now at Berkeley CS)

o    Ankur Gupta (2014 summer intern from University High)

o    Wendy Wei (2013 summer intern from University High, now at MIT CS)

o    Allen Min (2012 summer intern from Whitney High, now at UCI CS)

o    Jonathon Tsai (2012 summer intern from Whitney High, now at UCI CS)


o   CS 142: Compilers and Interpreters (Spring 2014, Winter 2015, Winter 2016)

o   CS 141/CSE 141/INF 101: Concepts of Programming Languages (Winter 2014)

o   CS 295 PL research seminar: memory consistency models (Fall 2013)

o   CS 253/INF 212: Principles of program analysis (Spring 2013)

o   CS 142 (b) compiler construction project (Winter 2013)

o   CS 295 dynamic analysis research seminar (Winter 2012)

o   UCI PL reading group (Fall 2011)


o  FSE'16 SRC (Deadline: July 1, 2016)

o  TAPAS'16 PC (Deadline: July 8, 2016)

o  ISMM'16 PC (Deadline: Feburary 7, 2016)

o  ECOOP'16 PC (Deadline: December 8, 2015)

o  WODA'15 PC co-chair (Colocated with OOPSLA'15, Deadline: August 7, 2015)

o  OOPSLA'15 Doctoral Symposium (Deadline: June 30, 2015)

o  ISMM'15 PC (Deadline: February 12, 2015)

o  ISSTA'15 PC (Deadline: January 23, 2015)

o  PLDI'15 PC (Deadline: November 13, 2014)

o  ISEC'15 PC (Deadline: September 22, 2014)

o  ECOOP'15 PC (Deadline: December 21, 2014)

o  PERTEA'14 co-organizer (Deadline: April 10, 2014)

o  WODA'14 PC (Deadline: Feb 21, 2014)

o   PLDI'14 SRC (Deadline: March 10, 2014)

o   ISMM'14 PC (Deadline: February 12, 2014)

o   PLDI'14 ERC (Deadline: November 15, 2013)

o   FSE'14 Research Demos (Deadline: June 30, 2014)

o   ICSE'14 Poster (Deadline: January 14, 2014)

o   COSMIC'13 Workshop PC (Deadline: January 10, 2013)

o   OOPSLA'13 PC (Deadline: March 28, 2013)

o   OOPSLA'12 SRC and Poster (Deadline: July 09, 2012)

o   PPoPP'13 Workshop and Tutorial Chair (Deadline: September 1, 2012)

Released Software

Contact Information

guoqingx at ics dot uci dot edu

3212 Donald Bren Hall
Bren School of Computer and Information Sciences
UC Irvine
Irvine, CA, 92697-3435
Work: 949-824-8870

Last updated: June 29, 2015
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