- Ph.D., Carnegie Mellon University, 2020
high-performance parallel algorithms (theory and practice), models of computation for emerging hardware, scalable static/dynamic/streaming graph algorithms
My current research interests are on efficient parallel graph algorithms and parallel clustering. I am especially interested in designing efficient algorithms and systems for maintaining and analyzing graphs or pointsets that change over time.
Honors and Awards
Best Paper Award at SPAA'22
Distinguished Paper Award at PLDI'19
Best Paper Award at SPAA'18