Prathmesh Kallurkar is a Ph.D. student in the Department of Computer Science and
Engineering at IIT Delhi. He is working under the guidance of Dr. Smruti R. Sarangi
towards his Ph.D. thesis, "Architectural Support For Operating Systems".
He is nearing the completion of his Ph.D. program and is looking for
industrial positions in the broad areas of computer architecture,
high-performance computing, operating systems, and clouds.
He is a member of the Srishti research group that has created Tejas
. Tejas is a
cycle accurate architectural simulator that is written entirely in Java and is
shown to be the one of the fastest open-source (Apache v2 license) cycle
accurate simulator worldwide (800+ users). Prathmesh is one of the major
contributors to this project. He has also
instrumented the open source emulator Qemu to generate full system execution
traces (application + OS + VMM) for studying the execution patterns of
server-class workloads such as web servers, file servers and database servers.
He has twice been awarded the "Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award" for his TA
contributions to courses where he led a team of roughly 10 teaching assistants
for courses with over 200 students. He has mentored the thesis of four masters
students, one of which was bestowed with the "Best MTech Thesis" award by the
Department of Computer Science, IIT Delhi.
Interested employers can check out his Curriculum Vitae
for more information.