Postdoc, UC Berkeley
B.Tech, IIT Kanpur
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I am a postdoc at UC Berkeley, working with Ion Stoica. I lead the Succinct project at UC Berkeley, that enables a wide range of point queries (e.g., search, RegEx, random access) directly on compressed data.
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Prior to coming to UC Berkeley, I completed my PhD at UIUC working with the awesome duo of Brighten Godfrey and Matthew Caesar. During my PhD, I was awarded the 2012 UIUC Rambus research award (for outstanding performance in computer science and engineering research), the 2010 UIUC Wang-Chung research award (for excellence in research), and was listed in Spring 2010 list of teachers ranked as excellent (for excellence in teaching).
§ Invited talk at Workshop on Distributed Computing: Mixing Systems and Theory (PODC’16)
§ Universal Packet Scheduling, NSDI
§ Debugging the Data Plane with Anteater, SIGCOMM
§ Slick Packets, SIGMETRICS