At Georgia Tech, my research interests evolve around the area of Operating Systems, focusing on the memory management layer. More specifically, I work on designing and building methods for optimizing application performance in systems with heterogeneous memory components.
Prior to Georgia Tech, I received an undegraduate Diploma on ECE, with major in Computer Science, at the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at National Technical University of Athens in Greece.
Thaleia Dimitra Doudali and Ada Gavrilovska. 2017. CoMerge: Toward Efficient Data Placement in Shared Heterogeneous Memory Systems. In Proceedings of MEMSYS 2017, Alexandria, VA, USA, October 2–5, 2017, 11 pages. [ACM link] [slides] [poster]
Design and implementation of Spaten, a configurable generator of spatio-temporal and textual social media data. Scalability testing of an HBase cluster that stores a large dataset produced by the generator. [pdf] [slides]
Student Travel Grant Awards: Usenix ATC '17, OSDI '16.
Coneferences Attended: MEMSYS '17, Usenix ATC '17, VMWare Radio '17, Grad Cohort '17, OSDI '16, ASPLOS '15.
PhD in Computer Science. Research interests in Systems.
Advisor: Ada Gavrilovska
Current GPA 4.0/4.0
Intern at the CPBU Palo Alto.
Distributed Resource Scheduler Team.
Worked on the design of a two-stage scheduler that enables efficient resource management of kubernetes containers deployed across virtual machines.
Mentor: Zhelong Pan
Manager: Lan Gao
Teaching Assistant for Advanced Operating Systems (CS6210).
In charge of contributing to the design and grading of the class projects, as well as interacting with students during office hours.
Intern at the Data Domain File System - Garbage Collection Team.
Worked on developing techniques that can group similar files, implementing clustering algorithms and similarity estimations on a deduplication dataset.
Mentor: Abhinav Duggal
Manager: Aseem Vaid
Diploma in ECE. Major in Computer Science.
Thesis Advisor: Nectarios Koziris
Thesis Mentor: Ioannis Konstantinou