Welcome to my personal page

Hello, I am currently pursuing my doctoral degree at Arizona State University. My research is in the area of Coarse-Grained Reconfigurable Arrays (CGRA) to accelerate compute-intensive sections of applications. My other research interest lies in implementing supervised and unsupervised learning algorithms for different datasets pertaining to neuroscience in particular.

I joined the Compiler Microarchitecture Lab (CML) in 2014, after graduating with a Masters Degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas at San Antonio. Dr. Aviral Shrivastava is my mentor. My frequent collaborators include Dr. Kristofer Bouchard from Neural Systems and Engineering Lab (NSE) and Mr. Prabhat, head of Data Analytics and Services group of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. I am currently volunteering as the web chair for Languages, Compilers, and Tools for Embedded Systems (LCTES'19) conference.

I enjoy hiking at the Camelback mountains, Phoenix in the weekends and love doing roadtrips across the United States when my research permits. I am fascinated by the night skies of Sedona, AZ where I camp during summers.

Teaching Assistant

  • CSE420: Computer Architecture I
  • CSE/EEE230: Computer Organization and Assembly Language
  • CSE240: Intro to Programming Languages
  • CSE100: Principles of Programming with C
  • SER230: System Fundamentals