I was a PhD candidate in the Computer Engineering lab (CELAB) at the University of Michigan. I was advised by Prof. Thomas F. Wenisch. I also worked closely with Prof. Peter M. Chen and more recently with Prof. Satish Narayanasamy.
My research focuses on integrating persistent memories into future computing systems. I am exploring new processor architectures and programming interfaces to fully exploit the benefits of persistent memories.
In the past, I have interned at Google (2016). HP Labs (2015-16), ARM (2013). As an undergrad, I majored in Electrical Engineering and Economics at BITS-Pilani, India. For my undergrad thesis, I worked with Prof. Rajeev Balsubramonian at the University of Utah (2010-11).