I am broadly interested in systems-ish stuff: operating systems and distributed systems. Most of the work I've done so far has been in file systems, distributed systems, and storage. Recent interests: non-volatile memory, key-value stores, and verification. My CV can be found here.
I am interested in recruiting new students. If you are interested in working with me, please check out my page for prospective students and send me an email (after reading this!). Make sure to apply to the PhD program by the deadline (December 15).
If you are a student considering grad school or applying for grad school, these links may be useful (advice on contacting profs, getting letters of recommendation, etc.)
Fall 2014: Back at Wisconsin: Introduction to Operating Systems (CS 537)
FAST 18, SOCC 17, MASCOTS 17, MSST 17, HotStorage 17, NVMW 17, WWW 17, HotStorage 16, NVMW 16
External Review Committee Member for ASPLOS 17, Eurosys 17
Reviewer for TOCS, TACO, TDSC, TOS
Mar 2017: Our paper titled "From Crash Consistency to Transactions" was accepted to HotOS 17!
Feb 2017: Our FAST 2017 paper won one of the two Best Paper Awards!
Dec 2016: Our work on Application Crash Consistency got accepted to FAST 2017!
Dec 2016: Grateful to Facebook Academic Program for supporting my research!
Nov 2016: Honored to receive the SIGOPS Dennis M. Ritchie Doctoral Dissertation Award!
Oct 2016: Awarded a VMware Early Career Faculty Award!
Sep 2016: NVMove, our work on helping developers port applications to NVM, got accepted to INFLOW 16!
Simon Peter's undergrad class on Multicore Operating Systems Implementation.
Mar 2017. Talked about "Grad School and Research" to undergrads at the College of Engineering, Guindy (my alma mater).
Dec 2016. Presented NVMove to HP engineers.
Application Crash Consistency and Performance with CCFS
NVMOVE: Helping Programmers in Moving to Byte-Based