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CURRICULUM VITAE

PERSONAL DATA

1. NAME : Dilip Antony Joseph
2. DATE OF BIRTH : 25 February, 1982
3. PERMANENT ADDRESS : 37/1832, Elamkulam Road,
      Cochin - 17, Kerala, India
4. CURRENT ADDRESS : Room No: 234, Saraswathi Hostel,
      IIT Madras, Chennai - 36, India
5. EMAIL : dilip@peacock.iitm.ernet.in
      dilujoseph@yahoo.com
6. HOME PAGE : http://dilu.tripod.com

ACADEMIC DATA

ULTIMATE DEGREE OBJECTIVE : PhD
CURRENT LEVEL OF STUDY : 4th Year BTech,
    Computer Science & Engineering,
    Indian Institute of Technology, Madras
CURRENT POSITION IN BRANCH : 2nd
CURRENT CGPA : 9.74/10 (at the end of 6 semesters)
MAJOR GPA : 9.9/10 (at the end of 6 semesters)
MINOR STREAM : Operations Research
MINOR GPA : 10/10 (at the end of 6 semesters)
EXAMINATION RECORD :  

EXAMINATION BOARD PERFORMANCE
Semester 6 Indian Institute of Technology, Madras 10 /10
Semester 5 Indian Institute of Technology, Madras 9.87 /10
Semester 4 Indian Institute of Technology, Madras 9.87 /10
Semester 3 Indian Institute of Technology, Madras 9.70 /10
Semester 2 Indian Institute of Technology, Madras 9.54 /10
Semester 1 Indian Institute of Technology, Madras 9.52 /10
Std XII (AISSCE) Central Board of Secondary Education 97 %
Std X (AISCE) Central Board of Secondary Education 93.2%

STANDARDISED TEST SCORES

GRE Quantitative - 800/800
  Verbal - 740/800
  Analytical Writing - 6/6
TOEFL 300/300
Computer Science Subject GRE 870 (96 percentile)

COMPUTER PROFICIENCY

RESEARCH INTERESTS

My undergraduate study at IIT Madras and my summer internships provided me a rich opportunity to be involved in research on a variety of Computer Science topics. Listed below are the two fields of study that have interested me the most.

PROJECTS

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  1. ``The Impact of User Behaviour on the Interoperability of Wi-Fi hotspots and Packet Cellular Networks'' - Under the guidance of Prof. C. Siva Ram Murthy (Dept. of CSE, IIT Madras)

  2. ``Policy Framework for Autonomic Data Management'' - Under the guidance of Dr. Mukesh Mohania, Project Manager, IBM India Research Laboratory (during May-July 2003)

  3. ``Protein Secondary Structure Prediction Using Artificial Neural Networks'' - Under the guidance of Professor Vidyasagar M., Executive Vice President, Tata Consultancy Services, as part of the Indian Academy of Science Summer Fellowships 2002

  4. ``RefKeeper - A personal Bibliography Assistant'' - An XML/JAVA based application which automates the storage and retrieval of research and reference material. (Project supervised by Dr. Deepak Khemani, Asst. Prof. Dept. of CSE, IIT Madras)

  5. ``Superscalar processor'' - This group project involving 15 students, aims to design and implement a super scalar processor in Verilog (as part of Computer System Design Course). We have already ready with a preliminary implementation. I am one of the coordinators of this project.

  6. ``ConMan - A Generic Online Contest Management Framework'' - A framework for building and conducting online competitions was developed as part of the Software Engineering course. The ease with each any online competition can be built was demonstrated by implementing a Programming Contest Manager using the ConMan framework.

  7. ``IJVM processor'' - The IJVM1 processor was implemented in Verilog as part of the CAD for VLSI course.

  8. Pascal Compiler - A compiler for Pascal was developed as part of the Language Translators Course. It correctly compiled the recursive quick sort program with parameter passing by reference, used as a benchmark.

  9. File Compression Schemes - An LZW-Huffman encoding based file compression program was implemented as part of the Algorithms course.

  10. ``Route Finding using A* Algorithm'' - This project involved building a system to find the shortest route between two places on a map using the Weighted A* algorithm.

  11. ``File Transfer Protocol'' - As part of the Computer Networks course, I implemented a multi-threaded FTP server and client.

  12. ``Mobile IP - Term Paper'' - As part of the Mobile Computing course, I studied the various aspects of Mobile IPv6 and compared it with the mobility support of IPv4. Some problems with mobile IPv6 were also identified and solutions were attempted.

  13. ``VoIP - A Comprehensive Study'' - A detailed study of the suite of protocols involved in Voice over IP was undertaken as part of the Computer Networks course.

PUBLICATIONS

  1. Dilip Antony Joseph, B S Manoj, C Siva Ram Murthy, ``The Interoperability of Wi-Fi Hotspots and Packet Cellular Networks and the Impact of User Behaviour'', communicated to IEEE ICC 2004, Paris. [pdf]

  2. Dilip Antony Joseph, Mukesh Mohania, Manoj Kumar, Manish Bhide, Ajay Gupta, Mukul Joshi,``Defining Data Administration and Operational Policies at the Business Object Level for E-Governance Applications'', to appear in the proceedings of the First International Conference on E-Governance, New Delhi, December 2003. [pdf] An extended version of this work is to be submitted to the IBM Systems Journal.

  3. Dilip Antony Joseph, ``An Integrated Approach to Software Engineering using XML'', Proceedings of ITPC 2003 (International Conference on Information Technology - Prospects & Challenges in the 21st century), Kathmandu, May 2003 [pdf]

  4. Dilip Antony Joseph, M Vidyasagar, Sharmila Mande, ''Highly Trained Neural Network Predictors'', CASP5 Method Abstracts [pdf]

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

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Footnotes

... IJVM1
Integer Java Virtual Machine
... JNCASR2
Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research
... 99)3
All India highest score was 97.6%
... 20034
IIT Madras' All India Technical Festival


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