Debashis Ganguly

Ph.D. Student

Department of Computer Science
School of Computing and Information
University of Pittsburgh
 Sennott Square, Office 5412
  210 S. Bouquet St.
  Pittsburgh, PA 15260
 (404) 834-5386
 debashis[at]cs{dot}pitt(dot)edu

I am currently being advised by Dr. Jack Lange in The Prognostic Lab.

My research interests are, broadly, distributed computing, operating systems and run-times. My current research is focused on mitigating performance variability of diverse applications in consolidated environments, including exascale systems and commodity cloud infrastructures.

However, I am interested in studying many of the system-wide challenges, like QoS resiliency, fault-tolerance, encountered when building software for large scale distributed systems.

As an experimental systems researcher, my preferred method of research is the design, implementation, and evaluation of real systems following approaches like performance isolation in systems software, runtime optimization, and virtualization.


Curriculum Vitae

Publications


Recent Publications

Conference Publications
CLOUD
[2017]
pdf ppt Debashis Ganguly, Mohammad H. Mofrad, Taieb Znati, Rami Melhem, John R. Lange, Harvesting Underutilized Resources to Improve Responsiveness and Tolerance to Crash and Silent Faults for Data-intensive Applications, In Cloud Computing (CLOUD) [Applications Track], 2017 IEEE 10th International Conference on (pp. 536-543). IEEE.
WACV
[2017]
pdf ppt Debashis Ganguly, Mohammad H. Mofrad, Adriana Kovashka, Detecting Sexually Provocative Images, In Applications of Computer Vision (WACV), 2017 IEEE Winter Conference on (pp. 660-668). IEEE.

Workshop Papers
ROSS
[2017]
pdf ppt Debashis Ganguly, John R. Lange, The Effect of Asymmetric Performance on Asynchronous Task Based Runtimes, In Proceedings of the 7th International Workshop on Runtime and Operating Systems for Supercomputers ROSS 2017 (p. 8). ACM.
WSSSPE
[2016]
pdf Debashis Ganguly, William Garrison, David Wilkinson, Bruce Childers, Adam Lee, Daniel Mosse, Demo: Composing, Reproducing, and Sharing Simulations, 4th Workshop on Sustainable Software for Science: Practice and Experiences (WSSSPE4).
ModSim
[2016]
ppt Debashis Ganguly, William Garrison, David Wilkinson, Bruce Childers, Adam Lee, Daniel Mosse, Composing, Reproducing, and Sharing Simulations, Workshop on Modeling & Simulation of Systems and Applications (ModSim).

Book Publication

Network and Application Security: Fundamentals and Practices; ISBN 978-1-57808-755-6; Science Publishers, Enfield, New Hampshire and CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group

Undergraduate Publications

Passion