Dai Yang, M.Sc.

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M.Sc. Dai Yang

Technische Universität München

Informatik 10 - Lehrstuhl für Rechnerarchitektur & Parallele Systeme (Prof. Schulz)


Boltzmannstr. 3
85748 Garching b. München

Ph.D. Candidate, Informatics
Research Associate @ CAPS 
Acting System Administrator @ CAPS


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Student with innovative idea within my research interest can drop me mail and suggest her/his own topic as Bachelor's or Master's Thesis, as well as Interdisciplinary Project. Please note projects with cooperation with any company or enterprise will not be accepted. 


Short CV

  • B.Sc. and M.Sc. Informatios @TUM (Minor: Mechanical Engineering)
  • Sys/SW Engineering @ Airbus DS Electronics/HENSOLDT
    软件工程师, 空中客车防务与太空公司
  • IT Operations, also Neubau EntrepreneurshipCenter @ UnternehmerTUM
  • Various Advisory Work at Student Projects

Research Interest

  • Fault Tolerance, Fault Prediction and Fault Avoidance, System Reliability and Safety
  • Self organisation in distributed systems
  • Performance Engineering in Parallel and Distributed Systems
  • Avionics Systems, Flight Control
  • Space Software
  • Machine Learning Automation



  • BfS Project Big Data for Gas Turbine


  • Project MOVE-II
  • Neubau (new Construction) UnternehmerTUM


Conference and Journal

  • David Jauk, Dai Yang and Martin Schulz. Predicting Faults in High Performance Computing Systems: An In-Depth Survey of the State-of-the-Practice. 2019 ACM/IEEE SC: Proceedings of the International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage, and Analysis
  • Dai Yang, Josef Weidendorfer, Tilman Küstner, Carsten Trinitis and Sibylle Ziegler. Enabling Application-Integrated Proactive Fault Tolerance. Par-Co 2017, Bologna, Italy. Accepted for publication. --PrePrint
  • Martin Schulz, Marc-André Hermanns, Michael Knobloch, Kathryn Mohror, Nathan T. Hjelm, Bengisu Elis, Karlo Kraljic, and Dai Yang: The MPI Tool Interfaces: Past, Present, and Future — Capabilities and Prospects.

Short Papers, Workshop Papers and Posters

  • Amir Raoofy, Dai Yang, Josef Weidendorfer, Carsten Trinitis and Martin Schulz: Enabling Malleability for Livermore Unstructured Lagrangian Explicit Shock Hydrodynamics using LAIK. PARS Workshop 2019
  • Thomas Becker, Nico Rudolf, Dai Yang and Wolfgang Karl: Symptom-based Fault Detection in Modern Computer Systems. PARS Workshop 2019
  • Tejas Kale, Dai Yang, Event Driven Programming for Embedded Systems. 10th European CubeSat Symposium 2018. Toulouse, France. 
  • Thomas Becker, Dai Yang, Tilman Küstner and Martin Schulz. Co-Scheduling in a Tasked-Based Programming Model. Workshop on Co-Scheduling of HPC Applications (COSH'18) in Conjunction with HiPEAC Conference 2018. January 2018, Manchester, United Kingdom
  • Josef Weidendorfer, Dai Yang and Carsten Trinitis: LAIK: A Library for Fault Tolerant Distribution of Global Data for Parallel Applications. PARS Workshop 2017 --> Pre-Print
  • Dai Yang, Moritz Dötterl, Sebastian Rückerl and Amir Rooafy: Hardening the Linux Kernel agains Soft Errors. Poster for The 13th International School on the Effects of Radiation on Embedded Systems for Space Applications (SERESSA'17), Garching, Germany.


  • Absolventenfest / Tag der Informatik 2017: Ein Studium fürs Leben.
  • PAR-CO 2017: Enabling Application Integrated Fault Tolerance
  • PARS 2017: LAIK: A Library for Fault Tolerant Distribution of Global Data


Bachelor's Thesis: Emulation of VANET communication through virtualization of ECUs, Prof. Knoll, Dipl.-Ing. Manuel Schiller

Master's Thesis: Hazards from High System Entropy: An Explorative Analysis of Case Reports, Prof. Broy, Dr. Mario Gleirscher



Interdisiplinary Project, Guided Research

  • Design und Implementierung einer leichtgewichtigen fehlertoleranten Datenhaltungskomponente fuer HPC Systeme (Rosskopf)
  • Design und Implementierung eines Hardwareausfallsimulators am Beispiel eines Low-Budget IoT System (Jonischkeit)
  • Event Driven Sensor Data Processing for Embedded Systems (Kale)
  • Design and Implementation of a Portal for Visualization of HPC Workload Distribution (Podanev)

Invited Talks in Lectures:

  • Betriebsystem in der Spieleentwicklung (WS2017)
  • Einführung in die Rechnerarchitektur (WS2017)
  • Mikroprozessoren (WS2017, WS2018)
  • Lab Sessions: Virtualization Techniques (WS2018)

Practical Course:

  • Advanced Topics in Computer Architecture and Parallel Systems (WS2018)
  • Systemnahe Programmierung bei der Spieleentwicklung (WS2017)


  • Seminar: Trending Topics in HPC (WS2018, WS2019)
  • Seminar: Rechnertechnik in der Raumfahrt (SS2018, SS2019)
  • Proseminar: Mehrkernarchitektur (SS2017)
  • Seminar und Proseminar: Geschichte der Rechnerarchitektur (SS2017, SS2018, SS2019)
  • Seminar: Virtualisierungstechnik (SS2017)

Student Tutor:

  • Vorkurs Mathematik fuer Informatik



  • Deutschlandstipendium 2012
  • Deutschlandstipendium 2014

Interview and Talks


  • Studieninformationstag 2019 "Computer im Weltall"
  • Graduate Speaker Year of 2017
  • NDR, Hamburg Journal, "Studieren als Schueler"
  • (recurrent) Studieren an der TUM

Reviewer, Paper Referee

  • COSH18,19
  • ARCS 2018
  • ISC 2018
  • IPDPS 2018
  • Computer Frontier 17
  • PARCO 17
  • IEEE Transaction on Parallel and Distributed Systems 2017

Conference and Workshop Organization

  • SERESSA 2017, Local Organization Chair & Web Chair
  • CompSpace 2018, Chair & PC
  • CompSpace 2019, Chair & PC

Further Information

For further information please check my LinkedIn page at here