I am thrilled to announce that I have accepted an offer for tenure-track faculty at NYU! I am extremely thankful to everyone who mentored and helped me along the way, from the beginning of my PhD at Michigan through my Postdoc at Cornell.
I will be hosting a tutorial on OpenROAD at the 2022 International Symposium on Microarchitecture (MICRO 55). The tutorial website is available here and the GitHub repository is available here.
Today marks the first day of my postdoc with Professor Christopher Batten at Cornell. This was a quick turnaround from finishing my dissertation, but I know that Chris will be a good mentor as I prepare to apply for tenure-track faculty positions.
My nerves are still calming because I know there are several revisions to be made to my dissertation before deposit, but it looks like this chapter of my life has come to a close!
As I stand on the precipice of graduation, I have been reminded that I need to keep my information up to date (and easy to find). Google has decided that my old website remains more relevant than my new website, so my hand has been forced.
For anyone who has visited recently, you can tell the site got a clean new look. The old site was a bit stale with its 2017 copyright and eternal “Under Construction” message. I felt the time was right to put in the effort to finally update the site. Content will be gradually ported over from the old site.
I am excited to be participating in the ASPLOS 2018 Shadow Program Committee (PC). The Shadow PC serves as an experience for aspiring academics to review and debate submitted ASPLOS papers, much like the real Program Committee.
Thanks to the fabulous support of our advisor Prof. Ron Dreslinski, a majority of our research group will be headed to ISCA in Toronto!
What a whirlwind of a week it has been. The semester is winding down, which means projects are due, papers are due, … and grad school decision day.
Our 2015 ASPLOS paper entitled, Sirius: An Open End-to-End Voice and Vision Personal Assistant and Its Implications for Future Warehouse Scale Computers, was accepted to the IEEE Micro: Top Picks issue for 2016.