I am a senior principal researcher in the Networking group at Microsoft Research, Redmond. My interests are broadly in building and analyzing networked systems. I completed my PhD in Computer Science from MIT in 2008.
- 12/22: Disaggregating Stateful Network Functions; at NSDI; with the Sirius team in Azure and AMD Pensando
- 12/22: Rethinking (Predictive) Traffic Engineering; at NSDI; with Yarin, Michael, Aviv and Ishai (‘best paper‘)
- 12/22: Unifying a Split Wide-Area Network Architecture with OneWAN; at NSDI; with the SWAN team in Azure
- 09/22: Minding the gap between fast heuristics and their optimal counterparts; at HotNets; with Behnaz, Ryan, Santi and Pooria.
- 03/22: Handling workload and data drift in learned cardinality estimation models using, in part, query GANs; at SIGMOD; kudos to Beibin and Yao.
- 10/21: Pre-training summarization models for structured datasets at VLDB; kudos to Yao and team.
- 10/21: A simple problem-agnostic parallelization method for granular optimization problems at SOSP; kudos to Deepak, Firas, Fiodar and team.
Current project: SWAN, Lazy approximations, Cluster scheduling
Past projects: Seawall, Flyways, CloudCmp, Netmedic, Broom, EXpose, VL2, FatVAP, Sherlock, TeXCP, Flare, Kill-Bots