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Minlan Yu is a Gordon McKay professor at Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Science. She’s the assistant director of the SRC/DARPA JUMP 2.0 ACE Center for Evolvable Computing. She received her B.A. in computer science and mathematics from Peking University and her M.A. and PhD in computer science from Princeton University. She has actively collaborated with companies such as Google, AT&T, Microsoft, Facebook, and Intel. Her research interests include data networking, distributed systems, enterprise and data center networks, and software-defined networking. She received the ACM-W rising star award, NSF CAREER award, and ACM SIGCOMM doctoral dissertation award. She served as PC co-chair for SIGCOMM, NSDI, HotNets, and several other conferences and workshops.