I'm doing my PhD at the University of Edinburgh under the guidance of Dr Michael O'Boyle . I'm a member of the Institute for Computing Systems Architecture (ICSA) and the Compiler and Architecture Design Group (CArD). Before moving to Edinburgh, I worked with Distributed Computing Lab of Infosys Labs, India. I have a Masters degree in IT from IIIT Bangalore and Bachelors degree from Osmania University, India.
My research lies in the broad area of mapping of parallel programs on heterogenous harware. More
specifically, I'm working on approaches using compilers and machine learning techniques to dynamically adapt
parallel programs on multi and many cores in presence of external varying workloads.
I would like to create sophisticated ways to elasticize any parallel program on-the-fly i.e. enable it to adapt to the highly
dynamic environment that include changes in input data, hardware, software, external programs and other factors in
Recently I worked on using feedback driven mechanisms to autotune a machine learning model that optimizes a parallel program at runtime in stochastic execution environments. I am also exploring resource scheduling, dynamic load balancing in big-data processing systems.