Update: I am now an Assistant Professor at Georgia Tech since Fall 2015. My new website is here.
I was a post-doctoral researcher at MIT at the SMART LEES center from Jan - Aug 2015, working on CAD for on-chip photonic interconnects.
Prior to that, I spent an year at VSSAD, an advanced path-finding and development group at Intel, Massachusetts.
I received a PhD at MIT in EECS in 2014. My advisor was Prof Li-Shiuan Peh at CSAIL. Prior to that, I was at Princeton University where I completed my Masters in Electrical Engineering in 2009.
I finished my Undergrad at Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi in Electrical Engineering in 2007.
My research interests are in Networks-on-Chip for Multi-core processors.