Shrideep Pallickara [Students]

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  Distributed Systems Group  

I do research broadly in the area of large-scale distributed systems. My research group, the Distributed Systems Group (DSG), conducts research in the area of cloud computing and runtimes, real-time stream processing, Internet of Things (IoT), analytics and storage frameworks (with the Big Data group), epidemiology, dissemination of streams, discrete event simulations, health informatics, and virtualization.

The research group meetings are held every Friday, from 10:00-11:00 am in CSB 305. The group includes both graduate and undergraduate students who contribute to different projects.

Graduate Students
  Kevin Bruhwiler


Kevin is doing research on visual analytics. In particular ,this involves exploring challenges associated with real time visualization of spatiotemporal datasets.

  Thilina Buddhika Thilina is exploring issues involved in real-time stream processing. He is a recipient of the Anita Reed Award. Most recently, Thilina was selected for the prestigious Facebook Ph.D. Internship program.

  Waleed Budgaga
[Co-advised with Sangmi Pallickara]

Walid is exploring the limits of ensemble methods for predictive and explanatory modeling over voluminuous datasets.

  Daniel Rammer
[Co-advised with Sangmi Pallickara]
Dan is doing research on file systems that faciliate fast location of data elements, load balacing, fault tolerance, and dispersion.



Undergraduate Students
  Keegan Millard Keegan is doing research on designing servers that provide effective query support over rapidly evolving metadata.

     




Lab Alumni
 
Student


Now
  Dr. Kathleen Ericson


Assistant Professor, Computer Science – University of Tennessee, Martin.

Kathleen won a Best Paper award, had a showcased presentation, and was the recepient of the Anita Reed Award.

  Dr. Wesley Lloyd


Assistant Professor, Computer Science & Systems – University of Washington, Tacoma.

Wes is a recepient of the National Science Foundation's, Computer and Information Science and Engineering (CISE) Research Initiation Initiative (CRII) Award.

  Dr. Matthew Malensek
[Co-advised with Sangmi Pallickara]

Assistant Professor, Computer Science
University of San Francisco

Matthew won two Best Paper awards. Matthew was the recipient of the 2018 IEEE TCSC Outstanding Ph.D. Dissertation Award.

  Dr. Ryan Stern HP Enterprise Inc, Fort Collins, CO.

  Dr. Zhiquan Sui
ThoughtSpot Inc, Sunnyvale CA.

     
  Lauren Bay, NSF REU

HP Enterprise Inc, Fort Collins, CO.

  Paul Bivrell Along with Kegan Strawan, Paul won the Best in Show at the Celebrate Undergraduate Research and Creativity (CURC) among over 500 submissions.

Xfinity, Denver, CO.

  Amanda Carbonari, NSF REU


Graduate student, Computer Science,
University of British Columbia.
  Conrad Christensen, DHS


Graduate student. Computer Science,
New York University.
  Owen Davis, NSF REU

HP Enterprise Inc, Fort Collins, CO.
  Sahan Jayasumana, NSF REU

Tendril and Gamecentrics, Boulder CO
  Hanisha Koneru, M.S.

Hortonworks Inc, San Francisco Bay Area.
  Kira Lindburg, NSF REU

HP Enterprise Inc, Fort Collins, CO.
  Mante Luo, M.S.

GCI Digital Innovation Group, Denver.
  Jordan Messec [Sites-Regelson Fellow]

Apple Inc, Cupertino CA.
  Sitakanta Mishra

IHS Markit
  Sarah Orrico, NSF REU


Graduate student, Computer Science,
University of Southern California
  Kegan Strawn, NSF REU Graduate student, Computer Science,
University of Southern California

Along with Paul Bivrell, Kegan won the Best in Show at the Celebrate Undergraduate Research and Creativity (CURC) among over 500 submissions.

  Harshil Shah, M.S.

Parallel Machines, Sunnyvale CA.
  Leo Sudalaikkan, M.S.

CISCO, Austin, TX.
  Amila Suirarchchi, M.S.

Amazon, Seattle.
Shortlisted for the ACM-DEBS Grand Challenge Award.

  Gerhard Van Andel, NSF REU

Digital Globe, Westminster CO
  Marion Watts, NSF REU

HP Enterprise Inc, Fort Collins, CO.