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ljalimin «at» ucsc·edu
Lokesh is a first-year Ph.D. student. His research interests are Distributed Systems, Storage Systems, Operating Systems, and Applications of Machine Learning Algorithms in Distributed Systems.
- DataDirectNetworks (DDN) Storage
At DDN storage, he worked on a burst buffer called Infinite Memory Engine (IME). He specifically worked on a feature to prefetch data in IME from backend file systems to enhance the read performance.
While his tenure at Seagate, he was involved in the development and sustenance of the Lustre file system, which is widely used in the High-Performance Computing Domain.
Link to his patches: https://review.whamcloud.com/#/q/Lokesh+Jaliminche
He worked at Intel as a Student Intern, where he developed test drivers, which can be used for stimulating distinct functionalities of a device under test for behavior analysis.
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