I am a first year PhD student at Yale University, working with Prof. Abhishek Bhattacharjee in the Computer Systems Lab. Previously, I obtained my BS/MS from the University of Michigan, where I worked with Prof. Baris Kasikci, Prof. Mosharaf Chowdhury, Prof. Harsha Madhyastha, and Tanvir Ahmed Khan.


My research interests are in computer systems, specifically at the intersections of computer architecture, operating systems, compilers, and machine learning. Right now, I am interested in the systems challenges of brain-computer interfaces. Topics that I have worked on include profile-guided optimizations and hardware/software co-design for data center applications.


[10/22] Whisper wins Best Paper Award at MICRO ‘22! 🏅
[09/22] Whisper nominated for the Best Paper Award at MICRO ‘22
[08/22] Starting PhD at Yale!
[07/22] Whisper accepted into MICRO ‘22
[06/22] One Profile Fits All invited to appear in SIGOPS OSR
[01/22] Understanding Branch Prediction in Data Center Applications accepted into YArch ‘22
[05/21] Graduated with a M.S. from the University of Michigan (CSE SUGS)
[04/21] Multi-Application Linux Kernel Profile accepted into PLDI SRC ‘21
[05/20] Graduated with a B.S. from the University of Michigan and completed my Honors Thesis