Ph.D. Candidate
W340 Westgate Building
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
The Pennsylvania State University
University Park, PA, 16802


Curriculum Vitae

News

I have succesfully defended my Ph.D. dissertation titled "Be(-A)ware of Data Movement: Optimizing Throughput Processors for Efficient Computations". I will soon be joining ARM as a Senior GPU Architect.

About Me

I am currently pursuing my PhD in Computer Science and Engineering at Penn State. I am a member of High Performance Computing Lab where I work with my advisors Dr. Chita R. Das, Dr. Mahmut T. Kandemir and Dr. Anand Sivasubramaniam.

CURRENT RESEARCH

My current research focuses on designing high performance energy-efficient heterogeneous GPU architectures. I am currently working on understanding the research issues and opportunities involved in processing away from compute units in GPUs. Specifically, I am trying to understand the issues of "which" computations to offload and "how" to co-locate the computations and data to minimize the data movements in a GPU system while improving performance and energy-efficiency.