I am a second year Ph.D. Student at University of Rochester. I am a Computer Scientist, and a full-time Research Assistant at Computer Science depratment in University of Rochester. Computer Architecture is my major, and my passion. Form 2014 to 2017, I was a full-time Research Assistant working under supervision of Dr. Alireza Ejlali in the Embedded Systems Research Laboratory (ESRLab) at the Department of Computer Engineering of the Sharif University of Technology. I received the B.Sc. degree in computer engineering from the K. N. Toosi University of Technology, in 2011, Tehran, Iran. I recieved the M.Sc. degree in computer engineering from Sharif University of Technology under supervision of Dr. Alireza Ejlali, in 2016, Tehran, Iran. My M.Sc. thesis was on “Energy Management in Fault-Tolerant Mixed-Criticality Systems”. I am a recipient of Iran National Elite Foundation scholarship from Presidency of Iran.
Ph.D. Student in Computer Science, Computer Architecture Major, ongoing
University of Rochester, Rochester, NY, USA.
M.Sc. in Computer Engineering, Computer Architecture Major, 2016
Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran.
B.Sc. in Computer Engineering, Hardware Major, 2011
K. N. Toosi University of Technology, Tehran, Iran.
I was a member of Embedded Systems Research Laboratory (ESRLab), Department of Computer Engineering.
Research Statement: Due to consideration of cost, energy efficiency, area, weight etc., there is an increasing trend in designing embedded systems to integrate different functionalities with varying criticalities (i.e. importance) into a shared computing platform. Therefore, mixed-criticality systems are typically safety-critical. Mixed-criticality systems are the next generation of complex embedded systems since mixed-criticality is known as a core foundational concept in fields such as Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) and Internet of Things (IoT). Integrating vast amount of functionalities within mixed-criticality systems requires enormous power supplies and cause thermal problems. Therefore designing energy efficient mixed-criticality systems is vital considering often battery operated and fan-less nature of these systems. We intend to propose system-level methods for designing energy efficient fault-tolerant mixed-criticality embedded systems.