Faculty profile 2
Chidambaram's research is in operating systems, distributed systems, and storage.
Microsoft Graduate Research Fellowship, 2014.
Alumni Scholarship, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2009.
Crash Consistency: Rethinking the Fundamental Abstractions of the File System, ACM Queue July 2015
Beyond Storage APIs: Provable Semantics for Storage Stacks, HotOS 2015
All File Systems Are Not Created Equal: On the Complexity of Crafting Crash-Consistent Applications, OSDI 2014
Blizzard: Fast, Cloud-scale Block Storage for Cloud-oblivious Applications, NSDI 2014
Optimistic Crash Consistency, SOSP 2013
Everything You Wanted to Know About Grad School, College of Engineering Guindy, India, October 15
All File Systems Are Not Created Equal: On the Complexity of Crafting Crash-Consistent Applications, CMU SDI/ISTC Seminar Series, Jan 15
Optimistic Crash Consistency, Wisconsin SyNS '13
Optimistic Crash Consistency, SOSP 13
Combating Ordering Loss in the Storage Stack, WISDOM Workshop 12
Member of Program Committee, HotStorage 2016
Member of Program Committee, NVM Workshop 2016
Reviewer for Transactions on Dependable and Secure Computing