CSAIL graduate student Alvin Cheung has been named one of the 2013 Intel Labs U.S. PhD Fellowship Program Awardees. Cheung was selected for his work with, “making database applications perform using program analysis.”
Cheung is a graduate student in the MIT Database Group and the Computer-Aided Programming Group, and is currently working on building tools that make use of programming language techniques to improve application performance. His research interests include program analysis, improving database application performance, and building big systems in general.
Through the PhD Fellowship Program, Intel Labs aims to honor the top PhD students and the top early career faculty at leading U.S. universities through a competitive and rigorous selection process.
For more information on Cheung’s work, please visit: http://people.csail.mit.edu/akcheung/.