About Me

I am a second year PhD student studying Computer Science at the University of Michigan. I am advised by Baris Kasikci.

I am interested in designing systems that better support prominent application workloads and new hardware technologies. My main research interests are in operating systems (how are new systems designed on emerging hardware technologies), computer architecture (how can current systems design inform future efficient hardware), and security (how can all of these new hardware and software systems guarantee safety going forward).

My latest work has been in developing storage systems for emerging persistent storage technologies, such as non-volatile main memory (NVM). In my experience, it is important to re-examine past assumptions about storage system design for new storage devices and thoroughly analyze the performance characteristics of the new medium to gain insights about how to best optimize for the platform.