I am a computer science PhD student at UCSB. I work in the Distributed Systems Lab (DSL).
My research focuses on building distributed and cloud data management systems. In particular, I am interested in systems that
replicate data across data centers for fault-tolerance and availability.
My work includes building systems that target minimizing response time while maintaining consistency.
Click here for more about my work on global-scale data management
COP: Planning Conflicts for Faster Parallel Transactional Machine Learning
Fair Packet Scheduling in Wireless Mesh Networks.
(Elsevier Journal of Ad Hoc Networks 2014)
Low-Latency Multi-Datacenter Databases using Replicated Commits.
Managing Geo-replicated Data in Multi-datacenters.
(Springer Databases in Networked Information Systems 2013)
MAC-Layer Protocol for TCP Fairness in Wireless Mesh Networks.
TMAC: Timestamp-ordered MAC for CSMA/CA Wireless Mesh Networks.
TMAC: Timestamp-Ordered MAC Protocol for Wireless Mesh Networks.
(MS Thesis 2011)
[March 2015] Received three travel awards from SIGMOD, ICDE, and UCSB senate.
[October 2014] Awarded the best presentation award at GSWC 2014.
[October 2014] Will serve in the program committee of Tiny ToCS Vol. 3 .
[May 2014] I will be joining HP Labs this year for a summer internship.
[March 2014] Awarded the Outstanding TA award for Fall 2013.