I am currently a second year PhD student studying Computer Science at Rutgers University. I am part of the Systems Research Lab in the Department of Computer Science and work under Sudarsun Kannan.
Aside from academics I like playing around operating systems, cars, and photography. In my spare time, I like to work with my hands, whether it be working on my cars, tinkering with 3D-printing, microcontrollers, and building furniture.
Operating Systems, File System Crash Recovery, Distributed Systems, Storage Architecture.
We live in a world of complex systems; things like machine learning, IoT devices, and social media services are generating large amounts of data. I’m interested in researching problems related to how we store and move data. With newer and newer storage technologies becoming more performant and more affordable, we should able to utilize them and efficiently integrate them into the systems we use today.
Currently Teaching Assistant for: CS416: Operating Systems Design
|Jan 28, 2020||Awarded travel grant to attend USENIX Conference on File and Storage Technologies (FAST ‘20)|
|Dec 13, 2019||Invited to present talk, “Accelerating Filesystem Checking and Repair with pFSCK”, at Linux Storage and Filesystems Conference (VAULT ‘20)|
|Sep 2, 2019||Invited to present poster “Accelerating File System Checking for Modern Storage” at SOSP ‘19 Student Research competition|
|Aug 17, 2019||Awarded travel scholarship to attend ACM Symposium on Operating Systems Principles (SOSP ‘19)|