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I am an Assistant Professor at Stevens Institute of Technology. Previously, I was a Lecturer/Researcher at Yale University and a Visiting Professor at New York University. I received a Ph.D in Computer Science from the University of Cambridge. I also spent time at IBM Watson, Microsoft, and from 2002-2005, I was a Software Engineer at Amazon.com. My research yields techniques that improve the way programmers develop reliable and efficient concurrent software for multi-core and distributed systems. To this end, I have made advances along a spectrum of fields, ranging from systems/concurrency methodologies to foundational results in formal methods.
In recent years, I have focused on new techniques and tools to verify commutativity conditions, synthesize commutativity conditions, or use them as part of our new programming language, Veracity.
|APLAS 2022||Committee Member in Program Committee|
|SPLASH 2022||Veracity: Declarative Multicore Programming with Commutativity|
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