I am a Ph.D. student in the School of Computational Science and Engineering
within the College of Computing at Georgia Tech advised by
Prof. Rich Vuduc .
I received my Masters degree from Georgia Tech in 2010 and my Bachelors degree from Anna University, India in Computer Science and Engineering in 2007.
My research interests include High-Performance Computing, Parallel Programming Models, N-body problems, Numerical and Discrete Algorithms in Computational Science.
- I'll be presenting at DOE CScADS Workshop on Libraries and Autotuning for Extreme-Scale Systems at Snowbird, Utah from Aug 13-14, 2012.
- I'll be attending the Intel PhD Fellowship Forum at Hillsboro, OR from Aug 19-21, 2012.
- I'll be giving an invited talk at the Int'l Workshop on Software for Petascale Numerical Simulation (SPNS) at Kyoto, Japan from Dec 6-7, 2012.
RANDOM: One rather lazy weekend, I decided to trace my academic genelology through The Mathematics Genealogy Project and generated a partial graph using Graphviz. Check it out here.