OGE has just accepted my dissertation.
It has been confirmed: I am teaching CSCI 2500 Computer Organization, Spring 2016. I got the official e-mail from Chuck this afternoon.
I recently completed my Ph.D. in Computer Science at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute under my advisor Christopher Carothers. My research interests include high performance computing (HPC), parallel discrete-event simulations (PDES), optimistic simulation using Jefferson's Time Warp protocol, and how to reduce development time and complexity by leveraging the compiler. The majority of this research has been conducted using Rensselaer's Optimistic Simulation System (ROSS) which was developed by Dr. Carothers and his graduate students over the years.
I am interested in simulating bigger problems today than we did yesterday. And bigger again tomorrow. In order to keep expanding the size of the problems we are able to tackle, we need to keep improving the simulation software we have available.
In order to drive this progression forward, we must investigate multiple avenues of research. These include model refinement, data compression, and compiler-assisted tools to help develop robust, correct, and high-performance code. As the cost of data movement is beginning to dominate, it makes sense to question assumptions about where to perform computations on that data.
Additionally, new simulators will be needed to run on the supercomputers of tomorrow. Scaling issues must be addressed as these machines evolve in new and unforeseen ways e.g., power, threads per core, etc. In turn, modern software engineering techniques will be required to provide the foundation for building the next generation of simulation platforms and toolkits.
Read more about various work in progress and past on the Projects page. A few highlights: