Our paper “Public Cloud Differential Pricing Design Under Provider and Tenants Joint Demand Response” is accepted to ACM e-Energy 2018. This work is done in collaboration with George Kesidis and Di Wang.
Two of our papers are accepted to IEEE MASCOTS 2017.
“Optimal Peak Shaving Using Batteries at Datacenters: Characterizing the Risks and Benefits.” by N. Nasiriani, G. Kesidis, D. Wang.
“Competition and Peak-Power Pricing in Clouds” by G. Kesidis, U. Shanbhag, N. Nasiriani, B. Urgaonkar.
I am thrilled to have my paper published at ACM SIGMETRICS 2017.
“Using Burstable Instances in the Public Cloud: When and How.” Authors listed alphabetically: G. Kesidis, N. Nasiriani , B. Urgaonkar, C. Wang. [Acceptance rate 13%].
I am a third year PhD student at Pennsylvania State University. My research focus is on cloud systems. I study resource scheduling, pricing, and modeling demand uncertainty in public cloud environments.