My research focuses on understanding, designing, and implementing distributed systems/databases that have enabled today’s large-scale applications. My research strives to fundamentally understand the boundaries of the design space and create new systems close to the boundaries. I am honored to closely collaborate with many talented researchers. I also co-advise a student with Wyatt Lloyd in designing a new architecture of distributed databases.
I am always looking for motivated students who enjoy research.
NSF CISE Core Large (Co-PI) awarded. Thank you, NSF!
NSF CISE Core Small (single-PI) awarded. Thank you, NSF!
Our NCC paper accepted to OSDI 23!
Before joining UB, I was a postdoctoral researcher in the S* Network Systems (SNS) group in the Computer Science Department at Princeton University. I received my Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Southern California.