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Arvind S. Krishna is a graduate
student in the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department at
Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN. Prior to joining Vanderbilt, Arvind,
received his Masters in Computer Science from the University of California
Irvine and a Masters Degree in Management from
Institute of Technology and Science (BITS), Pilani, Rajasthan India.
His research interests include design patterns, design of flexible and
customizable middleware and model driven development techniques for
middleware. He joined the Distributed Object Computing
(DOC) group under
Douglas C. Schmidt to start a very rewarding experience. As a team
player in the DOC group, he has contributed to several
open-source projects, including
Arvind has also authored several papers that have appeared in several IEEE
and ACM conferences and journals. His other interests include listening
to southern Indian
classical Music a.k.a Carnatic Music and playing the Mirudangam (percussion instrument).
Apart from Research, he also enjoys watching Basketball and playing Tennis and Cricket.
Building Flexible, Customizable and Specialized Middleware Implementations for
Product Line Architectures
Context Specific Middleware Optimizations for Optimizing Product-line Architectures, EECS With-IT Seminary, Vanderbilt University
OPTEML: Optimization Techniques for Enhancing Middleware QoS for Product-line
Architectures, PhD Proposal Defense, Vanderbilt University
Customizing Middleware to Improve Performance and Foot-print, Invited
Presentation, Qualcomm Research, San Diego California.
Model Driven Techniques for Evaluating the QoS of Middleware Configurations
for DRE Systems, Real-time Application Symposium, San Francisco,
California, March 2005
Driven Quality Assurance Techniques for DRE Applications, OMG Real-time
Workshop, Reston, Virginia June 2004
CCMPerf: A benchmarking tool for CORBA Component Model
Implementations, Real-time Application Symposium,
Toronto Canada, May 2004
Enhancing Real-time CORBA via Real-time Java, International
Conference on Distributed Computing Systems, Tokyo,
Japan March 2004
Real-time CORBA using Real-time Java Features, DOA Conference, Catania
Sicily, Italy, October 2003
Design and Evaluation of a Highly Modular CORBA Portable Object Adapter for
DRE Systems, DOA Conference, Irvine, CA 2002
Arvind S. Krishna, Cemal Yilmaz, Atif Memon, Adam Porter, Douglas C. Schmidt, Aniruddha Gokhale, and Balachandran Natarajan, Preserving Distributed Systems Critical Properties: a Model-Driven Approach, the IEEE Software special issue on the Persistent Software Attributes, Nov/Dec 2004.
Arvind S. Krishna, Nanbor Wang, Balachandran Natarajan, Anniruddha Gokhale, Douglas C. Schmidt and Gautam Thaker, CCMPerf: A Benchmarking Tool for CORBA Component Model Implementations, The International Journal of Time-Critical Computing Systems, Springer, Vol. 29, Nos. 2-3, March-April 2005.
Cemal Yilmaz, Arvind S. Krishna, Atif Memon, Adam Porter, Douglas C. Schmidt, Aniruddha Gokhale, and Bala Natarajan, Main Effects Screening: A Distributed Continuous Quality Assurance Process for Monitoring Performance Degradation in Evolving Software Systems, proceedings of the 27th International Conference on Software Engineering, St. Louis, MO, May 15-21, 2005.
Arvind S. Krishna, Douglas C. Schmidt, and Raymond Klefstad, Enhancing Real-Time CORBA via Real-Time Java, Proceedings of the 24th IEEE International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems (ICDCS), March 23-26, 2004, Tokyo, Japan.
Raymond Klefstad, Arvind S. Krishna, and Douglas C. Schmidt, Design and Performance of a Modular Portable Object Adapter for Distributed, Real-Time, Embedded CORBA Applications, Proceedings of the Distributed Objects and Applications (DOA) conference, Irvine, CA, October/November, 2002.
Institute for Software Integrated Systems, Vanderbilt University, PO Box
1829 Station B, Nashville, TN 37203
arvindk at dre dot vanderbilt dot edu
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