PhD Student at the Distributed Systems Group of the Faculty of Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science (EEMCS/EWI), Delft University of Technology.
My research interests are in the areas of job scheduling and autoscaling of resources in large computing systems like clusters, multiclusters and clouds.
Currently, I am working on the group of problems related to the scheduling of workloads of complex scientific jobs (workflows), where each job is represented in the form of a directed acyclic graph (DAG). I am trying to find the appropriate scheduling policies and solve the related algorithmic problems to improve the execution speed of each separate job in a workload, preferably achieve the fair share of computing resources among the jobs, and keep the high level of system utilization.
- Our paper "An Experimental Performance Evaluation of Autoscaling Policies for Complex Workflows" has been accepted to the ACM/SPEC ICPE 2017 conference.
- Our paper "Scheduling Workloads of Workflows with Unknown Task Runtimes" has been accepted to the IEEE/ACM CCGrid 2015 conference.
- We received the Best Poster Award (computing) of the ASCI track at the ICT.OPEN 2015 conference for our poster "Scheduling Workloads of Workflows with Unknown Task Runtimes".
I have been a PhD student in the Parallel Systems group since April 2013.
My supervisor is prof. Dick Epema and my co-supervisor is prof. Alexadru Iosup.
Previously, I received an engineer (BS/MSc) degree from Penza State University in Russia in 2009.
Before starting my PhD at TU Delft I also worked for 3 years as a software engineer.
You can find more information in my LinkedIn profile here.