Vancouver, British Columbia
I am a grad student in the Network, Systems, and Security Lab at University of British Columbia where I work under Prof. Ivan Beschastnikh. I am currently doing a research intership at MPI-SWS under the supervision of Dr. Jonathan Mace.
I like building, testing, breaking and fixing software systems. My main areas of interest are Systems, and Software Engineering. I also like to spend some time on Natural Language Processing and Data Visualization.
My hobbies include watching football, Formula 1, and learning new languages. I also like to cook in my free time and I do enjoy writing and reading poetry from time to time.
|Sep 2, 2019||Our paper, “Sifter: Scalable Sampling for Distributed Traces, without Feature Engineering” was accepted at SoCC 2019.|
|May 2, 2019||Started research internship at Max Planck Institute for Software Systems.|
|Nov 10, 2018||Placed 2nd at ESEC/FSE’18 Microsoft Student Research Competition, Undergrad Track.|
|Sep 3, 2018||Started M.Sc. under the supervision of Dr. Ivan Beschastnikh.|
|May 30, 2018||Graduated from UBC with B.Sc. I was selected to be the student speaker at my congregation.|