Yannick Loeck

Yannick Loeck (M.Sc.)

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter

Mail: yannick.loeck@tuhh.de
Telefon: +49 40 42878 2611
Adresse: Am Schwarzenberg 3 (E), 4.072
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Teaching and Courses


ACCESS Journal
Evaluation and Refinement of an Explicit Virtual-Memory Primitive
Yannick Loeck, Christian DietrichIEEE Access112023.
10.1109/ACCESS.2023.3338149 [BibTex]
SIGMOD Conference A*
Virtual-Memory Assisted Buffer Management
Viktor Leis, Adnan Alhomssi, Tobias Ziegler, Yannick Loeck, Christian DietrichProceedings of the ACM SIGMOD/PODS International Conference on Management of DataACM2023.
PDF 10.1145/3588687 [BibTex]
SAFECOMP Conference B
SailFAIL: Model-Derived Simulation-Assisted ISA-Level Fault-Injection Platforms
Christian Dietrich, Malte Bargholz, Yannick Loeck, Marcel Budoj, Luca Nedaskowskij, Daniel Lohmann41st International Conference on Computer Safety, Reliability and Security (SAFECOMP 2022)Springer-Verlag2022.
PDF Slides 10.1007/978-3-031-14835-4_14 [BibTex]

Supervised Theses

Current Theses Topics

A Benchmark Description Language for Memory-Allocation Workloads

Typ: Bachelorarbeit
Status: reserviert
Supervisors: Yannick Loeck
Project: ParPerOS
Create the base for the VMStress Benchmark Generator with a language that describes benchmark execution patterns.

Integrating a new Bilateral User-Kernel Allocator into jemalloc

Typ: Forschungsprojekt
Status: reserviert
Supervisors: Yannick Loeck
Project: ParPerOS
Integrate the LLFree page frame allocator as a backend into jemalloc.

Making an Explicit Virtual-Memory Abstraction Device-Accessible through Fixed IOMMU Mappings

Typ: Masterarbeit
Status: laufend
Supervisors: Yannick Loeck, Christian Dietrich
Project: ParPerOS
Interact with the IO-MMU through fixed buffers within an in-kernel memory pool abstraction.

Finished Student Theses

Implementing CPU-Local Free-Page Management for an Explicit Virtual-Memory Interface in Linux

Typ: Bachelor-/Masterarbeit
Status: abgeschlossen
Supervisors: Yannick Loeck, Christian Dietrich
Rework the distribution strategy for memory pages in exmap, a new OS interface for explicit Memory-Mapped File I/O.