Contact Info

I am a final-year Ph.D. student advised by Professor Dave Andersen in the Computer Science Department at Carnegie Mellon University. I also worked closely with Andy Pavlo, Michael Kaminsky, and Kimberly Keeton. I received my B.S. degrees in Computer Engineering, Computer Sciences, and Mathematics from University of Wisconsin-Madison advised by Remzi Arpaci-Dusseau.

My research interests center on computer systems and databases. I have a particular interest in designing space-efficient and high-performance in-memory search structures, like SuRF.

Publications

Selcted Talks

  • SuRF: Practical Range Query Filtering with Fast Succinct Tries
    SIGMOD'18, June 2018 [SLIDES]

  • Succinct Trie Indexes Made Practical
    CMU DB Seminar, Feb 2017 [SLIDES]

  • Reducing the Storage Overhead of Main-Memory OLTP Databases with Hybrid Indexes
    SIGMOD'16, June 2016 [SLIDES]
    CMU Parallel Data Lab Retreat, October 2016 [SLIDES]

Teaching