Boeing Centennial Chair in Computer Science
School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Pullman, WA 99164
Kalyanaraman is an Associate Professor and Boeing Centennial Chair
in Computer Science at the School
of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Washington
State University in Pullman. He also holds affiliate faculty
positions at the Molecular
Plant Sciences Graduate Program and the Paul
G. Allen School for Global Animal Health. He received his
National Institute of Technology in Nagpur, India (B.E. in
Computer Science and Engineering, 1998); and subsequently M.S.
(Computer Science, 2002) and Ph.D. (Computer Engineering, 2006) from
Ananth works at
the intersection of parallel computing, graph analytics, and
bioinformatics/computational biology. His focus is on developing
algorithms and software for scalable analysis of large-scale data
from various scientific domains and particularly the life sciences.
Research in his lab has been supported by various funding sources
including the National Science Foundation, U.S. Department of
Energy, U.S. Department of Agriculture, and the Center for Disease
Control and Prevention. Ananth is a recipient of U.S. Department of
Energy Early Career Research Award, and his student-led research
works have received multiple conference best paper awards and a
prestigious graph challenge award. Ananth serves on the editorial
boards of several reputed journals (including TPDS, JPDC, ParCo),
and also regularly serves in various capacities including
organizational capacities at various conferences in the areas of
parallel processing and bioinformatics. Ananth
is a member of
You can download
my comprehensive CV here.
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I am always
looking for highly motivated graduate students to join my group. If
you are a prospective graduate student, please visit the Prospective
June'18: HiPC'18 paper deadline for paper submissions extended to June 25 (w/ abstracts required by June 18). Visit http://hipc.org/.
May'18: Congrats to Paola for
graduating with a well-earned PhD!