I am a fifth year Ph.D. student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and I am advised by Mark Hill and Mike Swift. My research focusses on rethinking conventional memory systems for newer compute devices like accelerators and newer memory technologies like non-volatile memory. As part of this, I work on improving both operating system interfaces as well as process architectures. I have been awarded the 2018 Landweber NCR Graduate Fellowship in Distributed Systems for my work. Before coming to grad school, I worked on Project Denver at NVIDIA. I completed my undergraduate degree from BITS, Pilani, where I was awarded the University Gold Medal for exceptional performance.
Computer Architecture, Operating Systems, Virtual Memory