Sayantan Chakravorty
PhD Student
at illinois.edu
Profile
I graduated with a Bachelors of Techology in Computer Science and Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology at Kharagpur in 2002. I received a Master of Sceince in Computer Science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2005. I completed my PhD. in Computer Science in 2008 from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Research Areas
Papers
08-16
2008
[PhD Thesis]
A Fault Tolerance Protocol for Fast Recovery [Thesis 2008]
08-13
2008
[Paper]
A Case Study in Tightly Coupled Multi-paradigm Parallel Programming [LCPC 2008]
08-11
2009
[Paper]
CkDirect: Unsynchronized One-Sided Communication in a Message-Driven Paradigm [P2S2 2009]
06-15
2006
[Paper]
Parallel Adaptive Simulations of Dynamic Fracture Events [Engineering with Computers 2006]
06-12
2007
[Paper]
A Fault Tolerance Protocol with Fast Fault Recovery [IPDPS 2007]
06-11
2006
[Paper]
Proactive Fault Tolerance in MPI Applications via Task Migration [HiPC 2006]
06-04
2006
[Paper]
HPC-Colony: Services and Interfaces for Very Large Systems [OSR Special Issue on HEC OS/Runtimes 2006]
| Sayantan Chakravorty | Celso Mendes | Laxmikant Kale | Terry Jones | Andrew Tauferner | Todd Inglett | Jose Moreira
06-01
2006
[Paper]
Scalable Cosmological Simulations on Parallel Machines [VECPAR 2006]
05-14
2006
[Paper]
ParFUM: A Parallel Framework for Unstructured Meshes for Scalable Dynamic Physics Applications [Engineering with Computers 2006]
05-05
2005
[MS Thesis]
Implementation of Parallel Mesh Partition and Ghost Generation for the Finite Element Mesh Framework [Thesis 2005]
04-14
2005
[Paper]
Proactive Fault Tolerance in Large Systems [HPCRI 2005]
04-03
2004
[Paper]
A Fault Tolerant Protocol for Massively Parallel Systems [FTPDS 2004]
Talks/Posters
06-21
2006
[Poster]
Cosmological Simulations on Supercomputers [SC 2006]
04-21
2004
[Talk]
A Fault Tolerant Protocol for Massively Parallel Machines [IPDPS 2004]