Moritz Hoffmann's web site
I completed my PhD in Timothy Roscoe's group as part of the Systems Group at ETH Zurich. In my PhD, I created a tool to perform bottleneck analysis for distributed streaming dataflow applications, a policy to determine optimal parallelism levels and mechanism to apply dataflow reconfigurations with latency constraints.
I graduated from my PhD program in April, 2019. In June 2019, I joined Google Zurich.
See my Curriculum Vitæ for more information.
Memory-side protection with a capability enforcement co-processor; Leonid Azriel, Lukas Humbel, Reto Achermann, Alex Richardson, Moritz Hoffmann, Avi Mendelson, Timothy Roscoe, Robert NM Watson, Paolo Faraboschi, Dejan Milojicic. ACM Transactions on Architecture and Code Optimization (TACO) https://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=3302257 PDF
Megaphone: Latency-conscious state migration for distributed streaming dataflows; Moritz Hoffmann, Andrea Lattuada, Frank McSherry, Vasiliki Kalavri, John Liagouris and Timothy Roscoe. arXiv
Three steps is all you need: fast, accurate, automatic scaling decisions for distributed streaming dataflows; Vasiliki Kalavri, John Liagouris, Moritz Hoffmann, Desislava Dimitrova, Matthew Forshaw, and Timothy Roscoe. OSDI'18
Latency-conscious dataflow reconfiguration; Moritz Hoffmann, Frank Mcsherry and Andrea Lattuada. BeyondMR'18 PDF Slides
SnailTrail: Generalizing Critical Paths for Online Analysis of Distributed Dataflows; Moritz Hoffmann, Andrea Lattuada, John Liagouris, Vasiliki Kalavri, Desislava Dimitrova, Sebastian Wicki, Zaheer Chothia, and Timothy Roscoe. NSDI'18 PDF Slides Recording
DeltaPath: dataflow-based high-performance incremental routing; Desislava Dimitrova, John Liagouris, Sebastian Wicki, Moritz Hoffmann, Vasiliki Kalavri, and Timothy Roscoe; arXiv
Quick Incremental Routing Logic for Dynamic Network Graphs, D Dimitrova, J Liagouris, M Hoffmann, V Kalavri, S Wicki, T Roscoe, Proceedings of the SIGCOMM Posters and Demos, 9-11
SnailTrail: Online Bottleneck Detection for your Dataflow R. Sager, J. Liagouris, D. Dimitrova, A. Lattuada, V. Kalavri, Z. Chothia, M. Hoffmann, T. Roscoe; Poster; EuroSys 2017
Differential durability: fault-tolerant distributed differential computation A. Lattuada, V. Kalavri, M. Hoffmann, F. McSherry; Poster; EuroSys 2017
READY: Completeness is in the Eye of the Beholder, Badrish Chandramouli, Johannes Gehrke, Jonathan Goldstein, Moritz Hoffmann, Donald Kossmann, Justin Levandoski, Renato Marroquin, Wenlei Xie, 2017, CIDR PDF PDF (local)
Reto Achermann (ETH Zurich); Chris Dalton, Paolo Faraboschi (Hewlett Packard Labs); Moritz Hoffmann (ETH Zurich); Dejan Milojicic, Geoffrey Ndu (Hewlett Packard Labs); Alexander Richardson (University of Cambridge); Timothy Roscoe (ETH Zurich); Adrian L. Shaw (Hewlett Packard Labs); Robert N. M. Watson (University of Cambridge): Separating Translation from Protection in Address Spaces with Dynamic Remapping
, ACM HotOS, 2017 PDF
Stefan Kaestle, Reto Achermann, Roni Haecki, Moritz Hoffmann, Sabela Ramos, Timothy Roscoe: Machine-aware atomic broadcast trees for multicores
, OSDI '16 PDF local PDF
EuroSys 2015 Doctoral Workshop: Rack-Aware Operating Systems. PDF
Anchor-free Localization in Wireless Lamp Networks using Superimposed RSSI Measurements, Alexandru Caracas, Thomas Eirich, Thorsten Kramp, Marcus Oestreicher, Moritz Hoffmann, Claudio Gargiulo, Gabor Soros, SENSORCOMM 2013 PDF
is a platform to run data center operations and monitoring. I am working on performance analysis of distributed dataflow applications and scaling mechanisms.
is a research operating system to explore multi- and many-core architectures using novel approaches from distributed systems. My research was in the field of scaling-out Barrelfish across many physical machines using low-latency interconnects.
is a Rust library to transparently convert row-based memory layouts into a columnar variant. This can yield a significant performance improvement due to better cache utilization and dense data.
See my Github profile for more projects.
Reach me using
moritz at antiguru dot de (private) or
firstname.lastname@example.org (ETH Zurich) or on the following web sites: