University of California, Berkeley
aditya at eecs dot berkeley dot edu
584F Soda Hall (Aspire Lab)
I am a second year PhD student advised by James Demmel
and part of the Berkeley Benchmark and Optimization
My research interests are in parallel algorithms, high performance computing and performance modeling.
I am currently supported by a NSF Graduate Research Fellowship.
I graduated from Rutgers University in 2012 with majors in Computer Engineering and Computer Science. During my time at Rutgers, I worked on cloud computing research and was advised by Manish Parashar
and Ivan Rodero
- D. Villegas, N. Bobroff, I. Rodero, J. Delgado, Y. Liu, A. Devarakonda, L. Fong, S. M. Sadjadi, M. Parashar. "Cloud federation in a layered service model." Journal of Computer and System Sciences 78, no. 5 (2012): 1330-1344.
- M. Parashar, M. AbdelBaky, I. Rodero, A. Devarakonda. "Cloud Paradigms and Practices for Computational and Data-Enabled Science and Engineering" Computing in Science & Engineering, 2013.
When I'm not sitting around banging on a keyboard, you'll usually find me rolling around the Bay Area on my motorcycle. I typically record my rides and on occasion edit and post them on YouTube. I also do a little bit of photography and sometimes post the decent ones on Flickr. On other days you might find me playing guitar or violin but I don't post those sessions online -- you're probably better off for it.
You can also find my (failing) attempts at creative writing and blogging on my wordpress page. For the most part my blog posts simply provide context to my photography and videography and my opinions on music and research.