Research Assistant and PhD student at University of California, San Diego, CSE department
La Jolla, CA
Documentation (Office Word, Visio, PowerPoint, Excel, LaTex)
C, C++ Programming
Linux (Ubuntu) and Bash Scripting
PSPICE & HSPICE
Simulink, Stateflow Toolbox (MATLAB), Python Scripting, VHDL, Java Programming
"Fault Tolerance in Real-Time Systems"Real-time systems employ redundancy for reliability which causes huge energy consumption. Many prior energy-reduction techniques result in early failure due to hard faults. In this work, we proposed a method that minimizes energy consumption while tolerating hard faults and incurs only 1% energy overhead in comparison to the state-of-the-art method that does not tolerate hard faults. I used C++ and MATLAB to run simulations and solve optimization problems in this work. This project is under major revision at IEEE Transaction on Computers.
I was an intern in HPDS (High Performance Data Storage) as the mandatory Internship for acquiring B.Sc. degree. I was familiarized with memory systems and storage devices. I mainly dealt with the Linux kernel, trying to learn the architecture. My task was accelerating device recognition for RAIDs.
I was a trainee at Renault, the Digital Marketing department. I would observe how digital marketing campaigns are carried out and what work outside the academia is like. I helped create content for their website by translating material from their English website.
I like mysteries and puzzles a lot, that is why I enjoy watching police mystery TV series or medical mysteries. I also do clothes designing in my free time, a refreshing activity that helps me focus and clear my mind. I sometimes go jogging after my classes, to get some air and think about ideas for my research. I usually have helpful ideas when I am running or walking and have solved a lot of the problems in my projects while exercising!
Swimming, Jogging, Clothes Designing, Etymology and language studies