4844 BBB, CSE, EECS

Ann Arbor, MI 48105

I am a 3rd year PhD candidate in the MBits research group, part of the Computer Engineering Laboratory (CELAB) at the University of Michigan. I am advised by Prof. Reetuparna Das. I also work closely with Prof. David Blaauw and Prof. Satish Narayanasamy.

I am broadly interested in computer architecture and genomics. My work focuses on string matching acceleration. In my work, I have leveraged in-memory computing techniques to accelerate and parallelize automata-based string matching.

Currently, I am working towards developing customized computing systems for common genomics pipelines.

Prior to graduate school, I enjoyed working at Nvidia Graphics, Bangalore, designing the memory controller architecture for the Tegra Xavier SoC. I received my Bachelors degree in Electrical and Electronics from BITS-Pilani, Pilani Campus.

I’m grateful to be supported by the Rackham International Students Fellowship and the UM Precision Health Scholar Award.