Anirudh Rathi is a Masters student in the department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Rutgers University since Fall 2010. He received his Bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering from Mumbai University, India in 2008. His research interests are in the area of Parallel and Distributed computing including Cloud/Grid computing and Autonomic computing. Prior to coming to Rutgers, he was working with Amdocs Development Center India (DVCI) in Pune, India as a Subject Matter Expert. His profile involved working on Amdocs Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software. He is currently working on the Comet Cloud infrastructure under the guidance of Dr. Hyunjoo Kim and Dr. Manish Parashar.
Karthik Elangovan is a Graduate student in Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey since Fall of 2009. He completed his undergraduate degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from SSN College of Engineering, Chennai. Currently, he is working in energy-efficient desingns for multi-core architectures.
Nileema Shingte is a Masters student at Rutgers University. She received her Undergraduate degree from Pune University, India with a major in Computer Science. Her research interests are parallel and distributed computing and cloud computing. She has worked as on a project, “Grid Enabled Unit Testing” as an intern at C-DAC, Pune. She has also worked as a Program Manager with Microsoft (Hyderabad). She is currently working on the infrastructure for Comet Cloud.
Samprita Hegde is a Master's student in Computer Engineering at Rutgers University. Her research interests are Parallel and Distributed Programming, Software Engineering. Prior to coming to Rutgers she was a software engineer at Delphi Automotive systems, Bangalore India. Her work there involved developing embedded software for Automotive Multimedia Systems (Eg; designing HMI for Car radios, Programming Digital Signal Processors,drivers for Audio amplifiers etc). She is currently working on Hadoop -Map reduce framework , designing a pull based task scheduling mechanism using the Comet Co-ordination Engine.
Sharat Chandra is a Masters student in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Rutgers University since September 2009. He recieved his Bachelors degree in Electronics and Communication from Vishweshvariah Technological University, Karnataka, India in 2008. His research interests are in the area of High Performance Computing, Distributed Systems and Application level Power Management in Clustered environments. He is working under Professor Manish Parashar in CAC@Rutgers(Center For Autonomic Computing) on Application Aware Power Management of HPC Workloads.
Siddharth Wagh is a graduate student at Rutgers University pursuing Masters in Electrical and Computer Engineering since Fall 2007. He is currently engaged in his research thesis on ‘Autonomic Utility-based Virtual Machine Management’ under the able guidance of Dr. Manish Parashar at TASSL, Rutgers. He completed his Bachelors in Electronics Engineering from VJTI, Mumbai University, India in May 2007. His research interests focus on Computer Networking and Virtualization. Presently, he is working on XEN virtual platform seeking to automate management of guest virtual machines using utility-based policies to optimize system performance. He is familiar with high throughput, low latency server technology InfiniBand and the RDMA abstraction. Apart from research, he has been involved in academic projects like Software Design of a Routing Protocol to multicast in a homogenous network, Optimization of knapsack problems for system resource management and Software Design of a Web Application for stock market prediction. Additionally, he is a Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) since October 2009.

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