I am Tejaswi Agarwal, a second year computer science graduate student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Previously, I was a visiting researcher at the Unviersity of Missouri-Columbia and I obtained my undergraduate degree in computer science from VIT University-India. Parallel algorithms, distributed computing and building systems at scale are broadly the areas which really interest me.
Note:This website has recently moved and still needs to be updated. (Like most other academic web-pages!) :)
News! ..current happenings!
August 2014 - Started graduate school in Computer Science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
August 2014 - Our paper on cluster scheduling is accepted at HiPC'14.
August 2014 - Won the ACM Student Research Competition at Parallel Architectures and Compilation Techniques, PACT 2014 in Edmonton, Cadana.
December 2013 - Started working at the Networking and Parallel Systems Lab, University of Missouri, Columbia with Prof. Michela Becchi .
September 2013 - Summer Internship featured in 'The Hindu' Newspaper. Click here to read the article.
June 2013 - Won the Best Poster Award at HPDC 2013, in New York. :)