"gagang" AT cs DOT wisc DOT edu
I pursued a Ph.D. in Computer
Sciences at the University of
Prior to joining UW-Madison, I had architected, designed,
and promoted commercial processor products.
My interests lie
in Computer Architecture and related aspects of computer design.
architect and design computers to solve emerging problems while meeting the
desired speed, size, power, accuracy, and energy objectives, without
compromising system usability.
In the process I explore and work
on applications, compilers, system software, VLSI design, and
Gurindar S. Sohi
at UW-Madison guided my research on
multiprocessor systems. I also received advice from Mark Hill, David Wood,
Michael Swift, Mikko Lipasti, Karu Sankaralingam, and Ben Liblit.
I proposed architectural and runtime
techniques to efficiently execute programs on multiprocessors, simplify
programming, and ease other aspects of system use.
Ordered multiprocessor programs (analogous to sequential programs) are central to my
fully-functional, extensive runtime systems to explore the benefits and limitations of
My work has been recognized at multiple industrial and academic forums.
I am now at Microsoft Research.
Please contact me for my CV and other details ("gagang" AT cs DOT wisc DOT edu).