Welcome to the home page of Mohammad Dashti, written as "محمد دشتی" in Persian.

Mohammad is a computer scientist graduated from École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) in Switzerland. He is interested in database systems (in particular, transaction processing) and programming languages (in particular, compilation techniques).

In his PhD research, he pushed the limits of achieving high throughput/low latency for transaction processing while keeping the state strongly consistent, mainly by applying compilation techniques. Mentored by Phil Bernstein, he also did an internship at Microsoft Research in Redmond on Microsoft Orleans project and is currently an open-source contributor to this project.

For more information, you can visit his LinkedIn profile.