I am a PhD student at UCSD in the Computer Science department, co-advised by Alex Snoeren and Ken Yocum.
Before this, I received my Masters in CS at Stanford, working primarily with Philip Levis.
A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, I received my Bachelors in CS at Columbia University.
My interests lie in the field of datacenter networking, particularly when it comes to fault detection, localization and mitigation.
RotorNet: A Scalable, Low-complexity, Optical Datacenter Network
William M. Mellette, Rob McGuinness, Arjun Roy, Alex Forencich, George Papen, Alex C. Snoeren, and George Porter, University of California, San Diego
Passive Realtime Datacenter Fault Detection
Arjun Roy (UCSD), Hongyi Zeng (Facebook), Jasmeet Bagga (Facebook) & Alex C. Snoeren (UCSD)
Inside the Social Network's (Datacenter) Network
Arjun Roy (UCSD), Hongyi Zeng (Facebook), Jasmeet Bagga (Facebook), George M. Porter (UCSD) & Alex C. Snoeren (UCSD)
Blender: Upgrading Tenant-based Data Center Networking
Kevin C. Webb (Swarthmore College), Arjun Roy, Kenneth Yocum & Alex C. Snoeren (University of California, San Diego)
Challenges in the Emulation of Large Scale Software Defined Networks
Arjun Roy, Ken Yocum & Alex C. Snoeren, University of California, San Diego
Energy Management in Mobile Devices with the Cinder Operating System
Arjun Roy (Stanford University), Stephen M. Rumble (Stanford University), Ryan Stutsman (Stanford University), Phil Levis (Stanford University), David Mazières (Stanford University), Nickolai Zeldovich (MIT CSAIL)
Sometimes, I fly planes.