Mobility, Next Generation Secure and Available Networks, Secure Home Computing, Survivable Distributed Systems
Priya Narasimhan is Associate Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering and Co-Director of the CyLab Mobility Research Center.
Her research interests lie in the following areas: dependable distributed systems, embedded systems, and distributed system security. Her current research projects address a variety of related issues: proactively fault-tolerant and adaptive systems (MEAD), applying compiler techniques for reliable distributed computing (Midas), distributed secure sensor middleware (Maples, Sluice), secure Web Services (Thema), survivability benchmarking (Vajra) and automated failure prediction and root-cause analysis in distributed systems (Sherlock and Tiresias).
She is also interested in the application of embedded systems to make society better -- in particular, she leads a research project (Trinetra) for assistive technologies for the blind, and the UNESCO Intelligent Book Reader project aimed at tools for enhancing education in the rural areas of Africa.
PhD, 1999. Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of California, Santa Barbara
MS, 1995. Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of California, Santa Barbara
BS, 1993. Physics, Mathemetics, and Electronics, BMS College for Women
Before coming to Carnegie Mellon, she served as the Chief Technology Officer and, later, Vice-President of Engineering of Eternal Systems, Inc., a high-tech startup company that commercialized the results of her Ph.D. research to develop reliable systems that are successfully used today. Her research greatly influenced the development of the Fault Tolerant CORBA specification, which has been officially adopted as an industrial standard.
For her research, she has received an NSF CAREER Award, a Best Paper Award, the UCSB Lancaster Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award and two IBM Faculty Partnership Awards. She is an elected member of the IFIP Working Group 10.4 on Dependable Computing and Fault Tolerance.
Research Area: Survivable Distributed Systems
Researchers: Greg Ganger, Priya Narasimhan, Chuck Cranor, Garth Gibson, Julio Lopez, David O'HallaronResearch Area: Mobility
Researcher: Priya NarasimhanResearch Area: Next Generation Secure and Available Networks | Mobility
Researchers: Priya Narasimhan, Michael ChuangResearch Area: Mobility | Secure Home Computing
Researchers: Priya Narasimhan, Moshe MahlerResearcher: Priya NarasimhanResearcher: Priya NarasimhanResearch Area: Survivable Distributed Systems
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"Challenges and Opportunities for Embedded Computing in Retail Environments".
K. Mankodiya, R. Gandhi, and P. Narasimhan. 3rd International conference on Sensor Systems and Software, pp. 121-136, 2012.
"Detection and Diagnosis of QoS Problems for Large-Scale Mobile Wireless Video Streaming".
N. Mickulicz, R. Gandhi, and P. Narasimhan. IEEE International Symposium on a World of Wireless, Mobile and Multimedia Networks.
"Draco: Statistical Diagnosis of Chronic Problems in Large Distributed Systems".
S. Pertet, K. Joshi, M. Hiltunen, S. Daniels, R. Gandhi, and P. Narasimhan. DSN: Annual IEEE/IFIP International Conference on Dependable Systems and Networks, 2012.
"Theia: visual signatures for problem diagnosis in large hadoop clusters".
E. Garduno, S. Kavulya, J. Tan, R. Gandhi, and P. Narasimhan. Large Installation System Administration Conference (LISA), vol. 26, pp. 33-42, 2012.
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CyLab Tech Reports
- (CMU-CyLab-10-003) TwitterJacket: An automated activity and health monitoring solution for the elderly
- (CMU-CyLab-07-008) MetaMorphMagi: From Offline to Online Software Upgrades in Large-Scale IT Infrastructures
- (CMU-CyLab-07-007) Castor: Secure Code Updates using Symmetric Cryptosystems
- (CMU-CyLab-07-006) Tradeoffs in Configuring Secure Data Dissemination in Sensor Networks: An Empirical Outlook
- (CMU-CyLab-06-013) End-to-End Consistency of Multi-Tier Operations Across Mixed Replicated and Unreplicated Components