Faculty

Dr. Shankar Raman M J

Visiting Faculty (Adjunct)

E-mail: shankarraman@iiitdm.ac.in

Education

Indian Institute of Technology Madras

Chennai

Computer Science and Engineering

2009 - 2016

Indian Institute of Science

Bangalore

Electrical Engineering

1990 - 1993

Sri Venkateswara College of Engineering, University of Madras

Sriperumbudur

Computer Science and Engineering

1986 - 1990

Specialization

  1. Computer Networks and Computer Architecture

Research Interests

  1. Computer networks, network security

Honours + Awards + Recognitions

  1. British Telecom - IIT Madras PhD Fellow (2011-2015)

  2. Best Paper Award for the paper titled: Mitigating Some Security Attacks in MPLS-VPN Model "C"

Work Experience

Industry

  1. 1993-1994 - Senior Engineer R&D Wipro Infotech Limited - Bangalore

  2. 1996-2004 - Senior Project Manager - HCL Cisco Offshore Development Centre - Chennai

  3. 2004-2009 - Director, Sahasra Solutions Private Limited / Sanat Technologies

Professional Membership

  1. Member ACM, IEEE

Teaching

  1. VLSI Design, Computer Architecture

Books

  1. S. Raman, B. Venkat, and G. Raina, "A hierarchical approach to reduce power consumption in core and edge networks: A metric-based proposal", in the book Solutions for Sustaining Scalability in Internet Growth, Editors: Mohamed Boucadair, David Binet from Orange, published by IGI Global (July 2013).

Journal Publications

  1. S. Raman, B. Venkat, and G Raina. "Mitigating Some Security Attacks in MPLS-VPN Model “C", International Journal On Advances in Networks and Services Vol 5, Issue 3 and 4 (2012): 304-314.

  2. S. Raman, B. Venkat, and G. Raina, “Using BGP to Reduce Power Consumption in Core and Edge Networks: A Metric-Based Approach” International Journal On Advances in Networks and Services, Volume 5, Issue 3 and 4, pp. 367 - 376. December 2012.

Conference Publications

  1. S. Raman, B. Venkat, V. Kamakoti, and G. Raina, “Using timers to switch-off TCAM banks in routers”, 7th IEEE International conference on advanced networks and telecommunication systems (ANTS), December, 2013.

  2. S. Raman, A. Mohan, and G. Raina, “TCP Reno and queue management: local stability and Hopf bifurcation analysis”, 52nd IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, December, 2013.

  3. S. Raman, G. Raina, H. Hildmann, and F. Saffre,“ Ant-colony based heuristics to minimize power and delay in the Internet”, IEEE GreenCom workshop on GreenCom-Next, China 2013.

  4. S. Raman, S. Jain and G. Raina, "Feedback, Transport Layer Protocols and Buffer Sizing", Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference on Networking, ICN 2012, pp. 125-131, ISBN: 978-1-61208-183-0.

  5. S. Raman and G. Raina, "Mitigating Spoofing Attacks in MPLS-VPNs using Label-hopping", Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference on Networking, ICN 2012, pp. 241-245, ISBN: 978-1-61208-183-0.

  6. S. Raman, B. Venkat and G. Raina, "Reducing Power Consumption Using the Border Gateway Protocol", Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Smart Grids, Green Communications and IT Energy-aware Technologies, Energy 2012, pp. 83-89, ISBN: 978-1-61208-189-2.

  7. On Minimizing Regression Test Time – A Practical Study ” – Proceedings of the 3rd International Software Testing Conference, Held in Bangalore - January 2000

  8. “Multistage Graph Model for the Analysis and Design of a Class of Static Interconnection Network”- Proceedings of the third conference on the topic of Advanced Computing (ADCOMP), organized by the Advanced Computing Society (India) in Bangalore, 20-22 December 1995.

  9. “Fault Tolerance in Hypercube like Networks” – Proceedings of the First Conference on Fault Tolerant Computing held at Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, December 1995.

  10. “ Designing Chained Multistage Interconnection Networks “ - Proceedings of the First Conference on Fault Tolerant Computing held at Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, December 1995.

  11. “Design of a Fault Tolerant System Using Mycielsky Transform” – Proceedings of the IEEE Annual Convention and Exhibition, Calcutta, November 1992 (Co-author)

  12. “Enhancing Dynamic Full Accessibility by Reducing Switch Criticality” – Proceedings of the IEEE Annual Convention and Exhibition, Calcutta, November 1992 (co-author)

  13. “Enhanced MINs – A New Class of Fault Tolerant Multistage Interconnection Networks” – Proceedings of the IEEE Symposium on Intelligent Systems, Bangalore, December 1991.

  14. “A Special Purpose Silicon Compiler for Synthesizing Supercomputing Systems on PACUBE VLSI Arrays” – Proceedings of the IEEE NASA-SERC Conference on VLSI System Design, University of Idaho, Moscow Id., October 1991.

Patents

  1. 1. Method and system for addressing attacks on a computer connected to a network -shared US Patent No. 7,854,000

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