Mona Attariyan

I received my PhD from University of Michigan at 2012 and joined Google shortly after that. My interests include operating systems and distributed systems, but recently I've been doing some machine learning and hardware as well.
Program Committees:
SOSP 2017 - Light PC
Usenix ATC 2017
ASPLOS 2016
NSDI 2016 - LightPC
Co-chairing Diversity @ SOSP 2015
EuroSys 2015

Previous Publications

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    Improving Software Configuration Troubleshooting with Causality Analysis

    Mona Attariyan

    Ph.D. Thesis (2012)

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    X-ray: Automating Root-Cause Diagnosis of Performance Anomalies in Production Software

    Mona Attariyan, Michael Chow, Jason Flinn

    Proceedings of the 10th Usenix Symposium on Operating Systems Design and Implementation (OSDI) (2012)

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    Automating configuration troubleshooting with dynamic information flow analysis

    Mona Attariyan, Jason Flinn

    Proceedings of the 9th Usenix Symposium on Operating Systems Design and Implementation (OSDI) (2010)

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    Using causality to diagnose configuration bugs

    Mona Attariyan, Jason Flinn

    Proceedings of the USENIX Annual Technical Conference (2008)

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    AutoBash: Improving configuration management with operating system causality analysis

    Ya-Yunn Su, Mona Attariyan, Jason Flinn

    Proceedings of the 21st ACM Symposium on Operating Systems Principles (SOSP) (2007)

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    Low-Cost Protection Against SER Upsets and Silicon Defects

    Mojtaba Mehrara, Mona Attariyan, Smita Shyam, Kypros Constantinides, Valeria Bertacco, Todd Austin

    Proceedings of the conference on Design, Automation and Test (DATE) (2007)