I am a first year PhD student advised by Prof. Joy Arulraj in the School of Computer Science at Georgia Tech. My primary research focus is on accelerating query processing on video analytics platforms that heavily rely on computationally expensive computer vision workloads. In the past, I’ve worked with Prof. Ada Gavrilovska on improving the performance of heterogenous memory systems for highly memory bound graph workloads. I was also fortunate to work with Prof. Boris Grot at the University of Edinburgh, UK, on improving cache utilization for graph analytics workloads.
PhD in Computer Science, 2018-present
Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
B.Tech in Computer Science and Engineering, 2017
Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India