I am a Research Fellow at the Laboratory for Advanced System Software (LASS), University of Massachusetts (UMass) Amherst working with Prof. Prashant Shenoy. I recently completed my Ph.D. in Computer Engineering at Sustainable Computing Lab, UMass Amherst where I was advised by Prof. David Irwin.
I design sustainable, equitable, and explainable systems. My research leverages machine learning, system design and prototyping, and computer science theory, and revolves around the following questions:
- How can we design and operate carbon-efficient systems?
- How do we transition to sustainable systems in an equitable manner?
- How do we model and predict the performance of environmentally-powered systems?
My current research work is funded by a joint National Science Foundation (NSF) and VMWare grant titled CarbonFirst. My PhD research was supported by multiple NSF grants (CNS-1645952, IIP-1534080, CNS-1405826, CNS-1505422, CNS-1253063, ) and Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources.
News & Activities
09/2022: Our paper titled "Data-driven Decarbonization of Residential Heating Systems" got accepted to ACM BuildSys'22.
06/2022: Co-chaired ACM SIGEnergy WeCan'22 workshop. Talk recordings available at WeCan'22 program weboage.
06/2022: Our paper titled "Sustainable Computing - Without the Hot Air" got accepted to HotCarbon'22 (co-located with OSDI'22).
11/2021: Delivered a talk on enabling sustainable clouds at ACM SoCC.
08/2021: Two papers accepted to ACM Symposium on Cloud Computing (SoCC)!
03/2021: News article on recent Supercomputing paper!
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