I am a computer scientist at the Center for Computing Research at Sandia National Laboratories. I have been in Sandia since 2010.
Ph.D. CISE, University of Florida, 2009. Advisor: Prof. Tim Davis
My primary focus is on High Performance Computing. Within this broad field I focus on
- Linear solvers: Sparse factorizations and preconditioners such as communication-avoiding preconditioners, hybrid (direct + iterative) preconditioners and direct solvers
- Combinatorial algorithms for scientific computing problems: Graph/Hypergraph algorithms for partitioning, sparse matrix ordering and matching problems
- Graph algorithms for analytics: Graph traversals, finding connected components, graph analysis and partitioning of small-world graphs
- Applications : Integrating the above methods in applications of importance
For more details, visit my research page.
- Paper on Fast Linear Algebra-Based Triangle Counting with KokkosKernels, got selected as the "Champion" in the IEEE/Amazon/DARPA Graph Challenge (with Michael Wolf, Mehmet Deveci, Jon Berry, and Si Hammond).
- Paper on Ensemble grouping strategies for embedded stochastic collocation methods applied to anisotropic diffusion problems got accepted to SIAM/ASA Journal on Uncertainty Quamtification (with Marta D'Elia, Eric Phipps, Jonathan Hu, Carter Edwards).
- Paper on Designing Vector-Friendly Compact BLAS and LAPACK Kernels got accepted to Supercomputing 2017 (with Kyungjoo Kim, Tim Costa, Mehmet Deveci, Andrew Bradley, Simon Hammond, Murat Guney, Sarah Knepper, and Shane Story).
- Paper on Basker: Parallel Sparse LU Factorization utilizing Hierarchical Parallelism and Data Layouts, with Joshua Booth, Nathan Ellingwood and Heidi Thornquist got accepted in Parallel Computing.
- Embedded Ensemble Propagation for Improving Performance, Portability, and Scalability of Uncertainty Quantification on Emerging Computational Architectures, with Eric Phipps and others just appeared in SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing.
- Paper on Partitioning Trillion-edge graphs in minutes got accepted to IPDPS 2017 (with George Slota and Kamesh Madduri).
- Paper on Performance-Portable Sparse Matrix-Matrix Multiplication for Many-Core Architectures got accepted to Accelerators and Hybrid Exascale Systems workshop at IPDPS 2017 (with Mehmet Deveci and Christian Trott).
- Best paper award in the Seventh International Workshop on Accelerator and Hybrid Exascale Systems (AsHES) workshop at IPDPS 2017.
- Paper on Order or Shuffle: Empirically Evaluating Vertex Order Impact on Parallel Graph Computations got accepted to Graph Algorithms Building Blocks workshop at IPDPS 2017 (with George Slota and Kamesh Madduri).
- Older talks, announcements and past news are archived.
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