I received my Ph.D. in Computer Science from RPI, where I was awarded with the Robert McNaughton Prize for outstanding performance as a graduate student in Computer Science. I was a member of the Worldwide Computing Lab, and advised by Professor Carlos A. Varela and Professor Stacy Patterson. Before joining RPI, I received my B.S. and M.Eng. from Tokyo Institute of Technology.
My current research interests include data streaming, distributed systems, and cloud computing. In particular, my Ph.D. dissertation focuses on QoS-aware elastic virtual machine scheduling.
- Cloud resource management: cloud services (Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud), performance modeling of distributed applications, benchmark automation, time-series analysis, resource scheduling
- Distributed systems: Apache Storm, Kafka, Spark, Hadoop
- Domain-specific programming language design and development: JavaCC