Interference Rendered Significantly Harmless
This work is joint with Rabin Patra, Hari Balakrishnan and Eric Brewer.
Bio: Ramakrishna Gummadi is a post-doc at the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratoray (CSAIL). He obtained his B.Tech. from IIT-Madras, M.S. from UC Berkeley and Ph.D. from USC, all in Computer Science. His dissertation was about reliable and efficient programming languages for sensor networks. He is interested in building scalable and reliable systems and networks based on sound principles. His awards include a UC Regents Graduate Fellowship, a best paper awarded out of all 2001 Journal of Computer Networks papers, a best poster/demo award at SenSys 2004, and an award at the ACM Student Research Competition (SRC) held at PLDI 2007.