Swapnil Haria

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.

Research Interests

Computer Architecture, Operating Systems, Virtual Memory

Recent Happenings

Publications

Courses

Spring 2016 (Expand your Horizons) Fall 2016 (Back to Basics) Spring 2015 (Power through) Fall 2015 (Hit the Ground Running)

Experience

Contact

I am usually found in room 6366 of the CS building.
email: swapnilh at cs.wisc.edu
skype: swapnil.haria
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Mailing Address

Swapnil Haria
Computer Sciences,
1210 W. Dayton St.
Madison, WI 53706