I am a fourth year Ph.D. student in Computer Sciences at the University of Wisconsin – Madison. My advisors are Prof. Andrea Arpaci-Dusseau and Prof. Remzi Arpaci-Dusseau. My research interests are in distributed systems, storage and file systems, and operating systems, with a focus on improving the reliability of distributed storage systems without compromising their performance.
Before starting my Ph.D., I was a Research Fellow at Microsoft Research India in the Mobility, Networks, and Systems group. At MSR I built systems that leverage smart glasses to enable new applications such as physical analytics and near-vision communication. I graduated with a master’s degree from Indian Institute of Technology – Bombay where I worked with Prof. S.Sudarshan on query optimization for BigData systems. I received my bachelor’s degree from Coimbatore Institute of Technology, where I won the University Gold Medal and Best Outgoing Student Award for being the top graduating student in my department.
Ph.D. in Computer Sciences, 2020 (expected)
University of Wisconsin - Madison
M.Tech. in Computer Science and Engineering, 2013
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
B.Tech. in Information Technology, 2010