About Me

I am a Ph.D. candidate in the Harvard Architecture, Circuits, and Compilers Group at Harvard University. My research interests include heterogeneous computer systems, hardware accelerators, and automatic parallelization of sequential code. I am advised by Professors David Brooks and Gu-Yeon Wei.

I play the piano and violin actively and am always looking for some chamber music partners who share my love for classical music. I love running, playing tennis, and hiking in my spare time. I am also an avid photographer, specializing in landscapes, astrophotography, and portraiture.

Research Interests

I like to explore problems in computer architecture at many levels of the system. In particular, I am interested in hardware accelerators and systems that can take advantage of specialized hardware to realize large performance improvements and power savings. Along these lines, I have done work in power and performance modeling of heterogeneous systems, general purpose CPUs, and near-data processing for big data applications.