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Research Assistant

Lowell, Massachusetts, United States
March 02, 2018

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Anisha Joseph

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Lowell, MA- 01854 978-***-****


MS in Computer Engineering (Thesis, CGPA= 3.625) (expected May 2018) University of Massachusetts, Lowell, MA

Relevant courses: High Speed Networks, Computer Network Security, Software Engineering, Network Design, Protocols and Applications, Software Defined Networks, Advanced Logic Design, Computer Architecture and Design, Solid State Electronics. M. Tech. in Electronics and Communication Engineering (January 2014) Vishveshwaraya Technological University, India

B.E. in Electrical and Electronics Engineering (June 2009) Vishveshwaraya Technological University, India


Tools: Xilinx, Keil, Saber, Pspice, Proteus, Wireshark, Silvaco, Mininet, Latex. Languages: Matlab, Verilog/VHDL, Embedded C, C++, Assembly language programming for 8051 and ARM, Arduino. OS: Windows, Linux.


• Juzi Zhao, Anisha Joseph, and Vinod M.Vokkarane, “Sequential and Parallel Scheduling of Dynamic Bandwidth- Intensive Scientific Workflows in Elastic Optical Networks”. (IEEE ICC 2017, Best Paper Runners up). PROJECTS

Thesis Research Project

• Scheduling network, computational and storage resources in Elastic Optical Networks. Simulation using C++ Computer Network Security (Spring 2017)

• Implementation of IDEA algorithm (ECB and CBC modes) using C++

• Implementation of secure instant messenger (IM) with RSA using Java Computer Architecture and Design (Spring 2017)

• Simulated a two-stage hierarchy (data cache and main memory) in software and analyzed its effectiveness

• Designed and implemented direct mapped, two way associative and fully mapped cache Network Design, Protocols and Applications (Fall 2016) Implemented the following:

• RDT 1.0 over a reliable UDP channel

• RDT 2.2 over an unreliable UDP channel with bit errors

• RDT 3.0 over an unreliable UDP channel with bit errors and loss

• Go-Back-N protocol over an unreliable UDP channel Advanced Logic Design (Fall 2016)

• Simple Disjoint Decomposition and Exclusive-OR Switching Circuits

• Design of a Binary Code Converter

• Design of a Digital Combination Lock

Design of High Electron Mobility Transistor (Spring 2016)

• Analyzed AlGaAs/ GaAs HEMT

• Designed SiGe HEMT using Silvaco tool

Building an AMBA AHB Compliant Memory Controller (2014)

• The memory access time in microprocessors is a bottleneck which limits system performance

• A memory controller is designed to address this problem. The memory controller is a part of the system that controls the memory. It generates the necessary signals to control the reading and writing of information from and to the memory

• The AMBA memory controller consists of three modules AHB slave interface, configuration interface and external memory interface. These modules were modelled and simulated using VHDL AMBA: Advanced Microcontroller Bus Architecture

AHB: Advanced High-performance Bus


Research Assistant: University of Massachusetts – Lowell, MA (January 2016 – Present)

• Schedule network, computational and storage resources in elastic optical networks Teaching Assistant: University of Massachusetts – Lowell, MA (January 2016 – December 2016)

• Taught undergraduate students MATLAB and Arduino programming Assistant Professor; BVB College of Engineering and Technology – India (September 2009 - July 2015)

• Worked actively on National Board of Accreditation (NBA) implementation process

• Assigned, oversaw and guided students on in-house and industrial projects

• Conducted and assessed technical seminars and coached students on personality development

• Designed industrial syllabus for Automotive Electronics

• Evaluated, set up and recommended latest microprocessor boards for incorporation into laboratory experiments

• Assisted in technical research activities

Courses Delivered:

• Basic Electrical Engineering

• VLSI Circuits and Design

• Microcontroller (8051)

• Electrical and Electronic Instrumentation

• ARM Processor

• Embedded Systems

• Automotive Electronics

• Labs: Electrical Machines, Linear Integrated Circuits (OPAMP), Control Systems, Microcontroller (8051) Projects Mentored:

• Home/ Industry automation using Bluetooth

• ECO- friendly car volume controller

• Street light illumination control using PIC microcontroller

• Monitoring Eye movement using Electro- Oculogram ( E.G.O )

• Power factor correction using microcontroller

• Micro inverter for PV panels

• PC based oscilloscope

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