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2017 GTC San Jose

Wenji Wu

Principal Network Research Investigator, Fermilab

Speaker Bio

Wenji Wu is a principal network research investigator at Core Computing Division, Fermilab, where he has worked on high-speed networking and bulk data transfer. His research focus is to utilize multicore and manycore to address performance challenges in high-speed networks. Wenji is now responsible for two DOE network research projects, the MDTM project and the BigData Express project. He is also working on the WireCAP project, and a GPU-based network traffic monitoring and analysis project.

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