My interdisciplinary research interests lie in the application of High-Performance Computing to process scientific big data, especially those produced in computational genomics. Specifically, I focus on the increase in memory and execution times required in the de novo assemblies the ever-growing amount of genomic data. In addition to parallel and distributed computational techniques, I like to employ big data algorithms such as sketching and streaming.
In my current research project, I am dealing with similar problems encountered in processing metagenomes but working on solutions involving hardware accelerators which yield more performance per dollar while requiring less space and energy footprint.
PhD in Computer Science, 2019
Louisiana State University
B.Tech in Computer Science, 2011
National Institute of Technology, Durgapur, India