I am a second year PhD student in the Computer Science department at Brown University.
I am currently part of the Data Management group
and advised by Tim Kraska and Uğur Çetintemel.
I received my undergraduate degree from Bilkent University in Turkey. During that time I undertook a few side projects and volunteered for the Erasmus Student Network and Crossing Paths.
Advisor: Tim Kraska
Group: Database / Data Management / Big Data
Class Rank: 3rd
Awards: Sibel Özelçi Best Senior Design Project Award
Data Management Research Group: database.cs.brown.edu
Broadband and Broadcast: LTE-A Connectivity group
R&D department: Lega project
Crossing Paths is a non-profit organization running education and social responsibility programs. We believe that most of our problems can be resolved through education that promotes empathy, tolerance, social responsibility and respect for differences.
Erasmus Student Network is one of the biggest interdisciplinary student associations in Europe, founded in 1989 for supporting and developing student exchange. We are present in 339 Higher Education Institutions from 34 countries.
Kristo, A., Kraska, T. (2018, January) BROOK: A compilation tool to reduce inference time for small neural networks. Poster session presented at the North East Database Day (NEDB), Cambridge, MA.