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Animesh Trivedi is a tenure-track Assistant Professor in the department of Computer Science at VU Amsterdam. Prior to joining the department in 2019, he worked as a Research Staff Member (RSM) at the IBM Research Lab in Zurich. His research interests lie in building fast and efficient distributed systems around modern high-performance, programmable I/O devices. He is one of the founding members of the Apache Crail (Incubating) project. He holds a PhD and master from ETH Zurich. More about his work can be found at https://animeshtrivedi.github.io.


The two main research directions I am investigating right now (a) how to leverage modern storage devices in various data-intensive application domains such as machine learning, bioinformatics, and analytics in a distributed setting; (b) how data and edge should be managed for collaborative edge applications. Beyond these immediate concerns I am broadly interested in multiple topics in the area of distributed systems, storage systems, networking, operating systems, runtime and compilers. In my research, I like to build stuff.

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