I am a PhD candidate at Network Design & Architecture Lab (NDAL), ETH Zurich.

I design and build systems with strong theoretical foundations that focus on improving cloud infrastructure in three dimensions: usability, performance, and cost. My work involves low-level and kernel programming, using and deploying programmable hardware like FPGA and P4 switches, machine learning training and deployment, creating network and workload simulators, designing novel algorithms and heuristics, and evaluating and analytically proving key system properties.

In parallel, I work on Multeex, a platform that makes business communication simple, immediate, low-effort, information-rich.


Address: STF G222,
Stampfenbachstrasse 114
8092 Zurich


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ETH Zurich:

Future Internet (link) - 2019, 2020
Advanced Computer Networks (link) - 2017, 2018
Computer Networks (link) - 2019, 2020
Linear Algebra (link) - 2016