I'm a fourth year PhD student at University of California, Los Angeles Computer Science Department where I'm advised by Miryung Kim. I obtained my undergraduate degree in Computer Science from Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) SBASSE, Pakistan , where I was mentored by Fareed Zaffar. Before that I was a GCSE A Level student at Lahore Grammar School.
My research interests lie at the intersection of software engineering and big data systems. Specifically, I am interested in supporting interactive debugging in big data processing frameworks and providing efficient ways to perform automated fault localization in big data applications.
I started working at Google Inc. Mountain View as Software Engineer Tools and Infrastructure Intern.
Miryung and I demonstrated our tool BigSift at Spark Summit 2018
I received a gold medal at ACM Student Research Competition at ICSE 2018
Our work on automated debugging in DISC is accepted to SoCC 2017
I am honored to be awarded the 2017 Google Ph.D Fellowship in Software Engineering. Thanks Google!
Our work on automated and interactive debugging in Spark is accepted at SIGMOD 2017 demonstration track
Our work, BigDebug, for interactive debugging of big data applications is accepted at FSE 2016 demonstration track
I started working as a Summer Research Assistant at NEC Labs America, Princeton in summer 2016
Our workshop paper on automated fault localization and debugging in big data applications is accepted to HotCloud 2016
Our paper on debugging primitives for interactive big data processing is accepted to ICSE 2016
Our paper on Apache Spark's Data Provenance is accepted to VLDB 2016
My undergraduate work at LUMS for predicting viral threads is accepted to PACIS 2015
Our position paper on Debugging primitives of Big Data frameworks is accepted to HPTS 2015