Suyash Mahar

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I'm a first year PhD student at UCSD's CSE department with interest in Persistent Memories and their applications. I'm advised by Prof. Steven Swanson.

I also sometimes write posts in a notebook-style blog at the notebook.


In the past, I have worked on stuff like:
  • Making persistent memory systems fast and reliable at UVa
  • Wear leveling in resistive memories at Technion
  • Energy estimation of DDR3 DRAM DIMMs at CMU
  • FPGA based FIB lookups in Named Data Network at IITR


S. Liu*, Suyash Mahar*, B. Ray, S. Khan
PMFuzz: Test Case Generation for Persistent Memory Programs
International Conference on Architectural Support for Programming Languages and Operating Systems (ASPLOS'21)
* = Equal contribution author
L. Yavits, L. Orosa, Suyash Mahar, J. Ferreira, O. Mutlu., R. Ginosar, M. Erez
WoLFRaM: Enhancing Wear-Leveling and Fault Tolerance in Resistive Memories Using Programmable Address Decoders
International Conference on Computer Design (ICCD'20)
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D. Saxena, Suyash Mahar, V. Raychoudhury, J. Cao
Scalable, High-speed On-chip-based NDN Name Forwarding using FPGA
International Conference on Distributed Computing and Networking (ICDCN'19)

Technical Reports

Reducing DRAM Power Consumption by Exploring and Modeling Memory Access Scheduling Policies
Poster, CMU ECE Undergraduate research symposium, July 27, 2018
Sidharth Thomas, Suyash Mahar
Implementation of CORDIC Algorithms in FPGA
Short-term project, Summer 2017 - May 2, 2017 to May 28, 2017

Fun stuff around the web

Python like STL container printing in C++
Convert C-gibberrish to English and back
Software Folklore

Other stuff

A (very) short presentation on DRAM