I am a second year PhD student in the Computer Science department at Cornell.
I am advised by Professor Lorenzo Alvisi. My research interests are in building fault-tolerant, scalable, geo-replicated distributed systems.
- Natacha Crooks, Matthew Burke, Sitar Harel, Ethan Cecchetti, Rachit Agarwal, Lorenzo Alvisi. Obladi: Oblivious serializable transactions in the cloud. To appear in Proceedings of the 13th USENIX Symposium on Operating Systems Design and Implementation (OSDI 18), October 2018.
- Qi Huang, Petchean Ang, Peter Knowles, Tomasz Nykiel, Iaroslav Tverdokhlib, Amit Yajurvedi, Paul Dapolito VI, Xifan Yan, Maxim Bykov, Chuen Liang, Mohit Talwar, Abhishek Mathur, Sachin Kulkarni, Matthew Burke, Wyatt Lloyd. SVE: Distributed Video Processing at Facebook Scale. In Proceedings of the 26th ACM Symposium on Operating Systems Principles (SOSP 17), October 2017. [pdf][doi]
- Matthew Burke. Vulnerability in Floating Point Implementation of Exponential Mechanism. Theory and Practice of Differential Privacy (TPDP 17), October 2017.
- Dana Thomas, Matthew Burke. Optimizing Base Camp Selection for PAWS: Protection Assistant for Wildlife Security. Southern California Conference for Undergraduate Research (SCCUR 15), November 2015.
Undergraduate Teaching Assistant
- Spring 2017: CSCI 104 - Data Structure and Object-Oriented Design
- Fall 2016: CSCI 104 - Data Structures and Object-Oriented Design
- Spring 2016: CSCI 104 - Data Structures and Object-Oriented Design
- Fall 2015: CSCI 104 - Data Structures and Object-Oriented Design
- Spring 2015: CSCI 104 - Data Structures and Object-Oriented Design
- Fall 2014: CSCI 104 - Data Structures and Object-Oriented Design
- I developed TSP, a framework for exploring solutions to the travelling salesman problem as part of a research project early in my undergraduate studies.