Welcome to my webpage! I am an assistant professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at Cornell where I lead the SAIL group; I am also a member of
the Computer Systems Laboratory (CSL), and the John and Norma Balen Sesquicentennial Faculty Fellow. My main interests are in computer
architecture and computer systems. Specifically, I work on improving the resource efficiency of large-scale datacenters through QoS-aware scheduling and resource management
techniques. I am also interested in designing efficient server architectures, distributed performance debugging, and cloud security. Before joining Cornell, I earned a
Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering at Stanford University, where I worked with Christos Kozyrakis.
I had previously earned an M.S. in Electrical Engineering from Stanford (2011) and a Diploma in Electrical and Computer Engineering
from the National Technical University of Athens (2009).
I am looking for motivated PhD, MS, and undergrad students to join my group! If you are a Cornell student excited about cloud computing, datacenters, and computer architecture and systems in general send me an email with your CV and we can set up a meeting.
332 Rhodes Hall, Electrical and Computer Engineering Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
May 2017: Congratulations to Anirudh, Premdeep, Mahantesh, Blake, Siyuan, Leon, Mateo, and Kavan for graduating with their MEng degrees and for the great positions they have all lined up! Congratulations also to Nellie for graduating with her BS degree, and for starting a PhD degree at MIT in the Fall!
May 2017: Received an NSF Large grant to work on clouds with disaggregated resources, with Rachit Agarwal, Hakim Weatherspoon (Cornell), Sylvia Ratnasamy, and Scott Shenker (UC Berkeley)!
May 2017: Congratulations to Feng Qi for receiving an MEng Best Poster Award for hers and Neeraj Kulkarni's work on using approximation to improve cloud efficiency!
May 2017: Congratulations to Meghna Pancholi for receiving an ECE Early Career Scholar Award to work on cloud management over the summer!
May 2017: Co-organizing and co-chairing the ASBD'17 Workshop (Architectures and Systems For Big Data) to be colocated with ISCA on June 24th in Toronto, Canada. The deadline is May 16th. Submit your best early work!
April 2017: Bolt presented in ASPLOS! Check out the slides and demo!
April 2017: Pliant presented in the WAX workshop in ASPLOS! Check out the slides!
February 2017: Created a Hall of Fame for ASPLOS! You can also find the complete information here. For any suggestions/comments or corrections, feel free to send me an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
January 2017: Upcoming ASPLOS paper now available: Bolt.
January 2017: An early paper on Bolt appears in the Jul-Dec issue of Computer Architecture Letters (CAL)!
December 2016: DRAF selected as an IEEE Top Picks paper from the Computer Architecture Conferences of 2016! Congrats to all the authors!
December 2016: Serving on the advisory board of the NSF-funded Chameleon cloud. If you run large-scale cloud experiments take a look at Chameleon.
November 2016: Bolt accepted in ASPLOS!
October 2016: DRAF and DHDL receive 2016 HiPEAC paper awards!
October 2016: Serving on the ISCA 2017 and ATC 2017 program committees. Submit your best work!
October 2016: HCloud receives a 2016 HiPEAC paper award!
August 2016: Publicity Chair for ISCA 2017. The deadline will be November 18th. Submit your best work!
August 2016: Serving on the ASPLOS 2017, ISPASS 2017, and IISWC 2016 program committees. Submit your best work!
July 2016: Website for "Topics in Datacenter Computing" (Fall 2016) and a preliminary schedule is now online! If you are interested in learning about datacenter hardware, software and everything in between, and working on a cutting-edge research project, register while enrollment is open!
June 2016: ISCA papers presented in Seoul! Congrats to Mingyu, Raghu, and David!
May 2016: Upcoming ISCA papers now available: DRAF and DHDL.