I received my Ph.D. degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Virginia Commonwealth University. Before joining SCI, I was Research Associate at Rutgers University. My PhD research focused on optimizing the tradeoffs between reliability and performance for distributed storage systems.
My current responsibilities include conducting application-driven research on extreme scale in-situ workflows targeting leadership class high performance computing systems and network challenges from both hardware and software perspective and developing and/or prototyping innovative conceptual and technological solutions and management practices for high performance and big data systems.
My research interests fall under the broad area of scientific workflow management, data placement and I/O optimization. My current research addresses core development of novel technologies in data management, resource utilization, and in-situ workflow management (including exploration of AI/ML-based techniques) and their integration into production infrastructure. I am also interested in the design and impact of multiple layers of storage hierarchy, i.e., NVMEs and SSDs in supercomputers.