I am a Doctoral Candidate and Research Assistant in Systems and Security Lab (SSL), advised by Prof. Gabriel Parmer at The George Washington University. My research focuses on building systems and I am the primary researcher on the design and implementation of the scheduling, temporal isolation, and multi-core management mechanisms in the Composite microkernel , and of the aWsm, WebAssembly-based serverless runtime.
I have interned at Arm Inc, San Jose, exploring opportunities for efficient serverless computing for edge systems and built a WebAssembly-based serverless runtime. I have 8 years of Industry experience working at Toshiba Software India Pvt Ltd, India, and Toshiba TEC, Japan. I have worked extensively on the multi-functional peripherals and barcode printers and have developed experience in Linux kernel development, device drivers, board support packages, embedded system development, middleware development, and barcode technologies.
PhD in Computer Science, 2020
George Washington University (to defend in Aug 2020)
BE in Computer Science and Engineering, 2007
Rashtreeya Vidyalaya College of Engineering
Designed and developed the system layer providing communication, synchronization and storage functionality on multi-functional peripherals (copy machines). Developed a through understanding of various layers, debugged and proposed crucial design changes to improve performance and maintain stability in a massive code base. Developed and maintained features in Linux kernel and board support packages for different multi-functional peripheral models. Consistently exceeded performance requirements in all half-yearly appraisals. Interviewed and trained many new joinees, both college graduates and experienced candidates. Assumed roles and responsibilities of the Project Manager and Team Leader in their absence.