I am a Post-doctoral Research Associate under the OCaml Labs initiative at the University of Cambridge Computer Lab, an 1851 Research Fellow and a Research Fellow at Darwin College, Cambridge. I am also a member of the Network and Operating Systems group.
I am interested in the design and implementation of concurrent functional programming languages targeting scalable platforms such as many-core processors and compute clouds. My research spans programming models, compilers, static analysis, schedulers, threading systems, and memory management.
Before coming to Cambridge, I was a graduate student at Purdue University where I obtained an MS and a PhD degree in Computer Science under the supervision of the wonderful Prof. Suresh Jagannathan. At Purdue, I led the MultiMLton and Quelea projects. Before that, I obtained my BEng degree in Computer Science and Engineering from Anna University, India.