I am a Research Associate at the School of Computing Science, University of Glasgow, and  also an alumnus of the University.

I am part of the Glasgow Parallelism research group (GPG) in the Glasgow Systems Section (GLASS) of the School of Computing Science.

My main research interests are:
  • Making FPGAs easier to program, especially for High-Performance Computing (HPC)
  • Exploring High-level Programming and Synthesis for FPGAs
  • Acceleration of Scientific Models (Atmospheric Sciences, Computational Biology, AI) on Heterogeneous Platforms
  • Securing harxdw
I work primarily on the EPSRC funded project “Exploiting Parallelism through Type Transformations for Hybrid Manycore Systems”, whose principal investigator is Dr Wim Vanderbauwhede. My focus is on FPGAs as the target device.

I also work on the EPSRC project "Border Patrol: Improving Smart Device Security through Type-Aware Systems Design".

In an altogether other life, I worked at the Namal College in Mianwali, Pakistan, which is an Associate College of the University of Bradford, and an interesting and ambitious project. I still maintain academic links with the institute.

Please feel free to get in touch about any of these, or if you want to know more about my research, please go here.