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Kartik Nagar

Assistant Professor

IIT Madras

Biography

I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of CSE, IIT Madras. Previously, I was a postdoc in Purdue University working with Prof. Suresh Jagannathan. Before that, I did my PhD from IISc under the guidance of Prof. YN Srikant.

I am interested in developing Verification and Analysis techniques to improve the reliability, security and efficiency of Computer Systems. In this context, I am especially interested in solving theoretical and practical verification problems arising in Concurrent and Distributed Systems, Computer Architecture, Operating Systems and Real-time Systems.

Recently, I have worked on developing automated verification techniques for programs running under a weakly consistent memory model in the context of Distributed Replicated systems and Distributed Databases. Previously, I have also worked on developing static timing analysis techniques, focusing on the impact of the Hardware cache hierarchy on the Worst Case Execution Time of programs.

Interests

  • Automated Formal Verification
  • Program Analysis
  • Programming Languages

Education

  • PhD, 2016

    Indian Institute of Science

  • M.Eng., 2012

    Indian Institute of Science

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Students

PhD

  • Vimala S (co-guided with KC Sivaramakrishnan)
  • Sheera Shamsu (co-guided with KC Sivaramakrishnan)
  • Divya Rathore

B.Tech.

Projects

Automated Reasoning for Replicated Systems

For global-scale applications such as Amazon, Twitter, Facebook, etc. with users distributed across the world, in order to provide a …

Timing Analysis for Real-time Systems

In Real-time systems, e.g. automobiles, aircrafts, space shuttles, robots, etc. programs are executed in response to external stimuli …

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