I am an applied scientist at AWS AI working in the Deep Graph Library – DGL team. Previously, I was a postdoctoral scholar at Berkeley Lab where I have worked on exascale solution for microbiome analysis and dynamic runtime fusion of parallel operators. I did my PhD at Ohio State University in Computer Science & Engineering and a core supporter of our very best Buckeye football team. Anyways, my research specialty lies in high-performance computing – primarily optimizing bandwidth-bound, load imbalanced sparse kernels for massively parallel architectures like GPUs and multi-core CPUs. During my Ph.D., my research focused on optimizing the sparse kernels in machine learning and numeric algorithms, e.g., tensor factorization, sparse matrix multiplication under the supervision of Prof. P.(Saday) Sadayappan. I earned my undergrad in Computer Science & Engineering from the University of Dhaka.