I am a systems scientist in the Department of Electrical and Computer
Engineering at CMU, working in the
SAFARI Research Group
Prof. Onur Mutlu
I am a part of the
Computer Architecture Lab at Carnegie Mellon (CALCM)
Parallel Data Lab
, and am a faculty affiliate at the
Scott Institute for Energy Innovation
In January 2021, I will be starting as an assistant professor in the
Department of Computer Science
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign!
I am looking for motivated graduate students who are interested
in joining me at Illinois, so if that sounds like you, please contact me!
My research incorporates several aspects of computer architecture, with a
significant focus on designing architecture-aware and systems-aware memory
and storage. I am particularly interested in introducing interactions
between different levels of the compute stack that allow the levels to
cooperate with each other.
Before moving to CMU, I was a graduate student in the
M3 Architecture Group
which is part of the Computer
at Cornell University. At Cornell, I designed
efficient, high-performance memory systems for multicore architectures.
- Memory and storage systems
- Data-driven architectures
- System-level architectural interactions
- Architectural solutions for large-scale systems
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