Jianan Lu

mail_outline jiananl@princeton.edu

I am a fourth-year Ph.D. student studying Computer Science in Princeton SNS Group. I work with Prof. Michael J. Freedman and Prof. Asaf Cidon (Columbia University). My research interets are in distributed systems and storage systems, including key-value stores and databases, and how emerging memory and storage technologies change the way we build these systems.

Before joining Princeton, I spent five wonderful years at UC Berkeley, where I received my B.A. and M.S. in Computer Science with a research focus on privacy and security. During my M.S., I was advised by Raluca Ada Popa. I also worked closely with Amit Datta from Snap Inc. and Michael Carl Tschantz from International Computer Science Institute (ICSI).


Efficient Compactions Between Storage Tiers with PrismDB [Paper]
Ashwini Raina, Jianan Lu, Asaf Cidon, and Michael J. Freedman
ACM International Conference on Architectural Support for Programming Languages and Operating Systems, ASPLOS 2023

Practical Volume-based Attacks on Encrypted Databases [Paper]
Rishabh Poddar, Stephanie Wang, Jianan Lu, and Raluca Ada Popa
IEEE European Symposium on Security and Privacy, EuroS&P 2020

Evaluating Anti-Fingerprinting Privacy Enhancing Technologies [Paper]
Amit Datta, Jianan Lu, and Michael Carl Tschantz
The Web Conference, WWW 2019