About me

I am on the job market for industry and academic research positions. If you are hiring this cycle, please reach out to goelayu@umich.edu.

Ayush Goel is a final year PhD student in the Computer Science Department at the University of Michigan. He is affiliated with the Systems Lab where he is advised by Harsha V. Madhyastha and Ravi Netravali. His research interests lie at the intersection of distributed systems and programming languages, specifically the application of PL techniques to improve performance of web systems. During his PhD, he has built systems that leverage fine-grained data-flow, control-flow analysis of web computations to improve information exchange on the web. He has also worked on geo-distributed storage systems and software-defined WANs.

Prior to starting his PhD, he was a research engineer at IBM Research, New Delhi. Even earlier, he received his B.Tech in Computer Science from IIIT Delhi.

Recent News (all)

January 2023 Defended my thesis proposal. A step closer to graduation.
December 2022 Our abstract “Jawa: Improve Web Archival Fidelity” was accepted for presentation (20min) at IIPC’s Web Archiving Conference’23. Excited to connect with other archivists in the Netherlands this spring.
September 2022 Our paper “Making Links on Your Web Pages Last Longer Than You” was accepted at HotNets’22. Details coming soon!