I am an assistant professor in the
Department of Computer Science
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
working broadly in the area of
I hold affiliate appointments in the
Coordinated Science Laboratory
and in the
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
I lead the ARCANA Research Group
where we explore several aspects of designing data-centric computer
architectures and systems.
I am particularly interested in
between different levels of the compute stack that allow the levels to
cooperate with each other,
and architectures for emerging platforms and application domains.
Prior to joining Illinois, I was a postdoc and then a systems scientist in
the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at CMU, working in the
SAFARI Research Group
Prof. Onur Mutlu
Before moving to CMU, I was a graduate student in the
M3 Architecture Group
which is part of the Computer
at Cornell University. At Cornell, I designed
efficient, high-performance memory systems for multicore architectures.