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Bhaskaran Raman Curriculum Vitae 212 CSE, 3071, Type III, Department of CSE, IIT Kanpur Campus, IIT Kanpur, INDIA 208016. Kanpur, INDIA 208016. Phone: +91-512-259-7588 Phone: +91-512-259-8801 Fax: +91-512-259-0725 Fax: +91-512-259-4008 [email protected] http://www.cse.iitk.ac.in/users/braman/ Current Employment Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, at the Indian Insti- tute of Technology - Kanpur, INDIA. Research Interests Computer networks, Wireless and mobile networks, Protocol design & evaluation, Wireless mea- surement studies, Computing and communication system design for the developing world, Sys- tem building and protocol design for wireless sensor networks. Teaching Interests Graduate as well as undergraduate teaching; wireless networks, computer networks and proto- cols, Internet-based distributed systems, operating systems. Education Aug 1997-Dec 2002: Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Computer Science University of California at Berkeley, CA Research advisor: Prof. Randy H. Katz Thesis topic: An Architecture for Performance and Availability Constrained Composition of Services in the Wide-Area Internet Aug 1997-May 1999: Master of Science (M.S.) in Computer Science University of California at Berkeley, CA Research advisor: Prof. Randy H. Katz Thesis topic: Personal Mobility in the ICEBERG Integrated Communication Network Aug 1993-May 1997: Bachelor of Technology (B. Tech) in Computer Science & Engi- neering Indian Institute of Technology - Madras, India Advisor: Prof. C. R. Muthukrishnan Research Experience
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Assistant Professor, Department of CSE, Indian Institute of Technology - Kanpur, INDIA, Jun 2003 to present. I have worked on the RuralNet (Digital Gangetic Plains) project, exploring the use of IEEE 802.11 for low-cost, long-distance rural networking. I am currently working on the FRACTEL project, which extends RuralNet further, by considering a mesh network consisting of long-distance as well as short-distance links. The goal of FRACTEL is to provide scalable and predictable mesh network performance. I am also working on BriMon, a sensor-network based system for structural monitor- ing of (rail) bridges. Visiting Researcher, CalIT2, University of California at San Diego, Jul-Dec 2004. I worked on exploring the use of the “claims allocation” literature in the domain of eco- nomics, to network scheduling. Graduate Student Researcher, SAHARA Project, University of California at Berke- ley, EECS Department, Summer 2001 to Fall 2002. As a senior graduate student, I played an active part in the development of the SAHARA architecture. My PhD thesis explored a specific form of service composition – the central theme of the SAHARA project. Summer Intern, IBM T.J.Watson Research Center, New York, 1999.
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