Ani Sinha


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We should listen to the voice of conscience. It does not take nearly as much courage as one might think to admit to our mistakes and learn from them. Human beings are in this world to learn and to change themselves in learning."

- Traudl Junge (March 16 1920 - February 10 2002)



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I would like to call myself a linux software engineer mostly working in systems area who loves to write/hack into other open source programs and contribute to various projects within the linux open source community. I have worked for various networking companies, startups, mid-size public companies etc in/around Vancouver, Canada area for many years. Although originally from India, I have lived in Canada for many years.

I am very passionate about tennis & an avid 3.5+ level recreational player and love to hit with hitters of intermediate level. I have also played cricket, badminton and soccer at various stages of my life. I love traveling, strength training and fitness and enjoy the outdoor life.

I completed my post graduate M.Sc degree from the Department of Computer Science, University of British Columbia. I was affiliated with Networks Systems and Security Research Group under the supervision of Dr. Charles 'Buck' Krasic. I collaborated with Dr. Ashvin Goel, Electrical & Computer Engineering, University of Toronto regarding my masters' thesis work. Buck no longer works for UBC but is now employed at Google in their Mountain View, California campus.

This is my one and only permanent homepage to publicize my work. My contributions to upstream linux kernel can be tracked using this and this.

If you want to check when I am busy, you can do so through the public view of my calendar.

I keep scribbling notes that do not really qualify as blogs but important nevertheless (mostly technical).
My \"official\" blog entries are actually hosted at the google blogger website. Mostly, my writeups are kind of boring. I generally write about the books I read or the movies I see or some of my weird experiences and feelings. I try to write stuff completely orthogonal to the tech environment in which I live, thrive and earn my living. Feel free to leave a note.




Research:

My research interests primarily include Operating Systems & Real Time OS. My M.Sc thesis title was:

Achieving Predictable Timing and Fairness Through Cooperative Polling

Please feel free to check our project homepage: http://wiki.nss.cs.ubc.ca/QStream/Coop

My undergraduate project on AVOS development: http://anirban.org/avos. (no longer maintained)

A repository of most of my undergrad projects (mostly in VB and VC) is here.


Publications

Conference Papers:

2009

  • Charles Krasic, Mayukh Saubhasik, Anirban Sinha and Ashvin Goel, " Fair and Timely Scheduling via Cooperative Polling", In proceedings of the European Conference on Computer Systems (Eurosys), Nuremberg, Germany, March/April 2009. [ PDF ]

2007

  • Charles C Krasic, Anirban Sinha and Lowell Kirsh, " Priority-Progress CPU Adaptation for Elastic Real-Time Applications", Fourteenth Annual Multimedia Computing and Networking Conference (MMCN), San Jose, California, United States, January 2007. [ PDF ] [ Presentation Slides ]

2005

  • Satyajit Chakrabarti, Son Vuong, Anirban Sinha, Rajashree Paul, BlueMobile: A mobile IP based Handoff system for Bluetooth,802.11 and GPRS links", IEEE Consumer Communications and Networking Conference (CCNC), Las Vegas, Neveda, United States, January 2005. [PDF]

2004

  • Satyajit Chakrabarti, Son Vuong, Anirban Sinha, Rajashree Paul, Convergence in Bluetooth and 802.11 Networks", IEEE Sponsored International Conference on Software, Telecommunications and Computer Networks (SoftCOM), Split, Croatia, October 2004. [PDF

Poster:

  • Anirban Sinha, Charles Krasic and Ashvin Goel, "Achieving Predictable Timing and Fairness Through Cooperative Polling", 21st ACM Symposium on Operating System Principles (SOSP), Stevenson, Washington, United States, October 2007. [ abstract] [POSTER]

Theses:

  • Anirban Sinha, "Design of a 32-bit Multitasking Operating System", Undergraduate Thesis. The Institute of Engineering & Management. June 2002. [ PDF ]
  • Anirban Sinha, "Achieving Predictable Timing and Fairness Through Cooperative Polling", Masters Thesis. The University of British Columbia. November 2007. [ PDF ] [ Presentation Slides ]


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