B.Tech, IIT Kanpur
I am a postdoc at AMPLab, UC Berkeley working with Ion Stoica. Prior to coming to UC Berkeley, I completed my PhD at UIUC where I worked with the very awesome duo of P. Brighten Godfrey and Matthew Caesar.
At UC Berkeley, we are investigating new directions on analyzing massive datasets, with a focus on performing in-memory computations, low latency (interactive) queries and dynamic datasets. In the past, I have worked on low latency queries on big graphs, scalable routing in networks, and on formal techniques for debugging networks.
I was awarded the 2012 UIUC Rambus Research Fellowship (for outstanding performance in computer science and engineering research), the 2010 UIUC Wang-Chung research award (for excellence in research), and was listed in Spring 2010 list of teachers ranked as excellent by their students (for excellence in teaching; Jeff Erickson’s undergraduate algorithms course).
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