Ramakrishna Gummadi (Ramki)
R. Gummadi, R. Johari and J. Y. Yu, “Mean Field Equilibria of Multi Armed Bandit Problems” SSRN working draft, Slides.pptx
A preliminary version was accepted to the ACM Conference on Electronic Commerce (EC) 2012. A journal submission is under preparation.
R. Gummadi, P. Key and A. Proutiere, “Optimal Bidding Strategies and Equilibria in Dynamic Auctions with Budget Constraints” SSRN working draft, Slides.pptx
A journal submission is under preparation. A preliminary version was accepted to the Ad Auctions workshop 2012.
R. Gummadi, R. Sreenivas, “Erasure Codes with Efficient Repair” Draft.pdf, Slides.pptx
A journal submission is under preparation. A preliminary version was accepted to IEEE Information theory workshop 2011 in Brazil, but could not be presented at the conference due to visa issues.
R. Gummadi, L. Massoulie and R. Sreenivas, “The Role of Feedback in the Choice between Routing and Coding for Wireless Unicast” Draft.pdf, Slides.pdf
A final version is under preparation. Accepted to appear in the Special issue on Network coding for wireless networks of the Elsevier Physical Communications journal; A preliminary version appeared at the IEEE conference on Network Coding at Toronto in June 2010.
R. Gummadi, “Optimal Control of a Broadcasting Server” Draft.pdf, Slides.pdf
A journal submission is under preparation. Preliminary version appeared in the proceedings of the IEEE Conference on Decision and Control at Shanghai, December 2009.
Algorithms and Optimization
Data Analysis and Applications
Networks and Information theory
- Related Keywords
Mean Field models, Multi Armed Bandits, Online Budget Constraints, Dynamic Ad-auctions, Broadcast Server and batch processing queues, Wireless Network Coding and feedback constraints, Rateless-Fountain Codes, Erasure Channel
I received my Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in December 2011. At UIUC, I was a member of the Decision and Control group, which is part of the Coordinated Science Lab (CSL). My Ph.D. advisor was Professor RS Sreenivas. My previous degrees include an M.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from UIUC, and a B.Tech. in Electrical Engineering from IIT Madras in 2005.
During my Ph.D., I also held temporary visiting appointments/internships (in r.c.o.) at Microsoft Research Cambridge,
Complex Systems Group at Bell Labs, ALGO Lab at EPFL and the Technicolor Corporate Research Lab in Paris.