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Position I have recently joined the Distributed Software Research Department at Bell Laboratories, Lucent Technologies. I received a PhD from the Department of Computer Science, at the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences at New York University in May 1999.
Research Interest My research has centered around distributed and parallel systems. I have been involved with MILAN from the start of the project, and in this context, I have worked on Distributed Shared Memory (DSM) systems, fault-tolerance and load-balancing, resource allocation, and programming environments for the World Wide Web. In particular, I worked on the research that led to the design and to the implementation of the following software systems:
  • Calypso, a system for high-performace computing on workstation clusters,
  • Charlotte for building parallel Java applications that run over the Web, and
  • KnittingFactory to support building collaborative Web based applications.
For more information see my research summary, or the list of publications, or visit the MILAN home page.
Awards Dean's Dissertation Fellowship, 1997-1998
Work Experience I have over four years of work experience. I have worked as a project leader, as a team member, and individually, and have a history of getting projects completed in a timely fashion. See my resume for more information.
How to Reach Me Email (baratloo@cs.nyu.edu) is the best way to reach me. The telephone number in my office is (212) 998-3493, and the FAX number is (212) 995-4123. See contact information for other places where you might find me.


Arash Baratloo
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