I am a 5th year Ph.D. student in the Department of Computer and Information Science at the University of Pennsylvania supervised by Prof. Vincent Liu. Before Penn, I sampled random experiences in various contexts of networked systems.

My research interests are broadly in systems and networking. I am particularly drawn to the tangible, interdisciplinary nature of the domain, encompassing distributed systems, programming languages, hardware architecture, machine learning, and control theory; thus, I am self-motivated to acquire knowledge with a problem-driven mindset. Recently, my interest has been around uncovering the potential of widespread underutilization through co-designing emerging applications, software, and hardware accelerators, driven by an internal vision toward zero-waste networked systems. This involves working with emerging artifacts, such as switching ASICs (including programmable, non-programmable, and INT-enabled ones), SmartNICs (encompassing DPUs, FPGA-based, NP-based variants), and high-speed interconnects in Terabit networks.


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