About Me

I am a systems scientist in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at CMU, working in the SAFARI Research Group led by Prof. Onur Mutlu. I am a part of the Computer Architecture Lab at Carnegie Mellon (CALCM) and the Parallel Data Lab, and am a faculty affiliate at the Scott Institute for Energy Innovation.

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 Systems Laboratory at Cornell University. At Cornell, I designed efficient, high-performance memory systems for multicore architectures.

Research Interests

  • Memory and storage systems
  • Data-driven architectures
  • System-level architectural interactions
  • Architectural solutions for large-scale systems

Office

Collaborative Innovation Center, Ste. 410
4720 Forbes Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
(412) 268-3467

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Teaching


Education

  • Ph.D., Computer Engineering
    Cornell University, August 2014
  • M.S., Computer Engineering
    Cornell University, January 2014
  • B.S., Computer Engineering
    B.S., Computer Science
    State University of New York at Binghamton (Binghamton University), May 2007

Select Awards & Honors

  • ECE Director's Ph.D. Teaching Assistant Award, 2013
  • NDSEG Fellowship, 2008-2011
  • Cornell University Fellowship, 2007
  • Binghamton Foundation Award for Student Excellence, 2007
  • University Award for Student Excellence, 2007
  • Kunis Scholarship for Computing Excellence, 2003-2007