Aditya Devarakonda is an Undergraduate student in the department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Rutgers University since Fall 2008. He is currently doing a double major in Computer Science and Computer Engineering. His research interests are in the areas of High Performance Computing, Cloud/Grid Computing and Green Computing. He is currently doing research on the performance evaluation of the Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) Model using MPI under the guidance of Dr.Ivan Rodero and Dr.Manish Parashar. He is also working in collaboration with IBM, FIU and Dr.Ivan Rodero on research in developing WRF as a service in a collaborative Cloud domain.
Eytan Biala is an Undergraduate Computer Science major at Rutgers University. His research interests are in the areas of High Performance Computing and Cloud/Grid Computing.
Pramod Kulkarni is currently an undergraduate student (Class of 2010) in The Applied Software Systems Laboratory in the Center for Autonomic Computing at the Rutgers University Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. He received the Rutgers Academic Excellence Award for being in the top 10% of Rutgers undergraduates, and is a recipient of the Department of Defense SMART Scholarship. Pramod has worked on application and middleware layer power management in parallel computing environments for high performance computing workloads. His research interests are in the field of autonomic computing and include parallel and distributed systems, networks, and cloud computing. He is also interested in agent-based biologically inspired autonomic computing techniques, such as swarm intelligence.

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