Hello! I'm Logan Stafman, currently a PhD Candidate at Princeton University in the Computer Science department, working with Dr. Michael Freedman. My work currently lies in big data processing as it pertains to approximate computing.
Utility Scheduling for Multi-Tenant Clusters
Ph.D. Thesis, Princeton University [PDF]
SLAQ: Quality-Driven Scheduling for Machine Learning Applications
Logan Stafman*, Haoyu Zhang*, Andrew Or, Michael J Freedman
Symposium on Cloud Computing '17, Santa Clara [Best Paper] [PDF] [Slides]
Extended Abstract at SysML '18, Stanford, CA
Forest Overlay Network (2011) Washington University Technical Report [PDF]
I am extremely enthusiastic about teaching. In the past I have been a TA for the following courses:
In addition to my work, I enjoy juggling, and am an active member of the Princeton Juggling Club. My favorite moment as a juggler is shown below, in which I help fix a rural Vietnamese child's yoyo and show him some tricks.
I also enjoy solving the Rubik's cube at a rather amateur level (PB: 24.55).
I can be contacted at the email below.