I am currently an
assistant professor in the Electrical and Computer
Engineering Department at Boston University. I received my PhD degree from the
Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) Department at
UC San Diego in September, 2009
as a member of the System Energy Efficiency Lab.
My research interests lie in the broad areas of computer architecture and embedded systems, with a particular focus
on energy efficiency and thermal challenges. Key projects I work on involve modeling and management of 3D stack
architectures (including systems with liquid cooling), server power capping and resource management, and energy efficient data centers.
Prior to joining BU, I worked at
Sun Microsystems (now Oracle), San Diego between 2006 and 2009. I also spent two summers at
EPFL collaborating with ESL,
I am an affiliated member of Center for Information and Systems
Engineering (CISE) and Center for Computational Science at Boston University. I was a Junior Fellow of the Hariri Institute of Computing at BU in 2012-13.
* This research statement provides a summary of my recent research accomplishments (updated in June'14).
* This teaching and outreach statement provides a summary of my educational and outreach activities at BU (updated in June'14).