I am a researcher in computer networks and operating systems. I have been a Lecturer (equivalent to Assistant Professor in the US) in the School of Informatics at the University of Edinburgh since 2020.

My best known work is identifying TCP extensibility against middlebox interference (IMC'11) and building the first TCP/IP network stack for persistent memory (NSDI'18). Current projects include network stack designs, such as networking/storage co-design (HotNets'21), and transport scale-out (NSDI'21).

I am a recipient of ISOC/IRTF Applied Networking Research Prize (2011), Facebook Research Award (2021) and Google Research Scholar Award (2022).