Smruti Ranjan Sarangi
Dr. Sarangi obtained his Ph.D in
computer architecture from the
University of Illinois at Urbana
Champaign(UIUC), USA in
2006, and a B.Tech in computer
science from IIT Kharagpur in
2002. After completing his Ph.D he
has worked in Synopsys Research,
and IBM Research Labs.
He has filed five US patents and has published 55 papers in reputed international conferences and journals. Dr. Sarangi has been awarded the MICRO (International Symposium on Micro-Architecture) best paper award for his work. His work has featured in the MIT Technology Review and on popular technology sites like theregister and slashdot. He has also won the teaching excellence award at IIT Delhi in 2014. He recently published a book(link) on computer architecture titled, ``Computer Organisation and Architecture'', with McGrawHill India in 2014.He currently directs the SRISHTI research group at IIT Delhi, which focuses on core systems and architecture research. The SRISHTI group has recently released the Tejas architectural simulator. Tejas can be used to simulate complex multicore processors. Its unique selling point is that it is written in Java, and is very easy to use and modify. In terms of performance, accuracy, and features it is competitive with other widely used simulators. Other widely used software include the emuArm ARM ISA emulator, and the UsiFe file system.
He is perennially in search of smart student colleagues to solve challenging research problems of mutual interest. Please use this site to find relevant information about his research, publications, courses, advice to graduate students and summer interns, views about pursuing higher studies in India and abroad, and relevant contact information.