Email: gkurian [AT] csail [DOT] mit [DOT] edu
I am a PhD graduate student working with Prof. Srinivas Devadas at the Computer Science and Artifical Laboratory (CSAIL) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). My research interests lie in cache hierarchy management and interconnect design in multicore processors. My PhD thesis proposal is on Locality-aware cache hierarchy management in multicore processors.
I am the main developer of the Graphite multicore simulator. Graphite is an open-source, distributed parallel simulator for multicore architectures. It is designed from the ground up for exploration of future multicore processors containing dozens, hundreds, or even thousands of cores.
Peviously, I worked with Prof. Anant Agarwal on leveraging the recent advances in nanophotonics to build CMOS integrated on-chip opto-electronic networks. Our project, called ATAC, builds a 1000-core multicore computing system in which cores can communicate almost instantaneously using the low latency and high bandwidth properties of optical communications.
For a complete list of my projects and publications or my resume, click the links on the left.