941 W. 37th Place, SAL 224
University of Southern California
Los Angeles, CA 90089
I am a Computer Engineering PhD candidate in USC under supervision of Ramesh Govindan and Minlan Yu in NSL from Fall 2010. I develop timely, accurate and scalable network management systems that allow operators to define high level intents and leverage efficient algorithms at the controller, switches and end-hostss. These algorithms can quickly fine tune the switches and end-hosts to keep high accuracy, drill down fast into issues, and leverage device optimizations and network knowledge to scale. I developed four systems: vCRIB (NSDI'13), DREAM (SIGCOMM'14), SCREAM (CoNEXT'15) and Trumpet (SIGCOMM'16).
I got B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in Information Technology Engineering in 2007 and 2010 from Sharif University of Technology (Tehran, Iran). I am expecting to graduate from USC in July 2016.
4/22/2016 Trumpet: Timely and Precise Triggers in Data Centers got into SIGCOMM'16
9/21/2015 Reevaluating measurement algorithms in software switches got into HotNets'15
9/4/2015 SCREAM: resource allocation for sketch-based measurement got into CoNEXT'15
2/18/2015 Google North America PhD Fellowship in Networking
I won Google US/Canada PhD Fellowship 2015 in Computer Networking category thanks to my advisors and USC Computer Science department. Read more at this story in Viterbi news.
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