Sudheesh Singanamalla, Esther Han Beol Jang, Richard Anderson, Tadayoshi Kohno, and Kurtis Heimerl. 2020. Accept the Risk and Continue: Measuring the Long Tail of Government https Adoption. In the proceedings of the Internet Measurement Conference 2020.(Download Slides - Short) (Download Slides - Long)
Blending engineering and design together to build solutions to real world problems.
I am a Ph.D. student at the University of Washington, Seattle working with Prof. Kurtis Heimerl and Prof. Richard Anderson at the intersection of the Systems/Networks and ICTD Lab. Broadly I work on decentralizing 4G/5G telecom infrastructure and building high throughput payment networks. I am supported by the Gaetano Borriello Endowed Fellowship For Change.
New 17 Nov 2020, I presented my work for the PhD qualifying evaluation. (slides)
I am the TA for CSE 550: Computer Systems taught by Prof. Kurtis Heimerl in Fall 2020.
During Summer 2020, I spent my time as a Technology/Cryptography Research Intern with Nick Sullivan, Dr. Chris Wood, Dr. Marwan Fayed and many incredible people at Cloudflare Research where I worked on improving the security and privacy of Internet protocols.(Paper in submission)
Before joining graduate school at UW for my Ph.D. I was as a Research Fellow at the Microsoft Research India lab (MSRI) advised by Dr. Bill Thies & Dr. Colin Scott in the Technology for Emerging Markets (TEM) group where I also worked closely with Dr. Indrani Medhi-Thies. In my work at the lab focused on systems and security, I was advised by Dr. Muthian Sivathanu & Dr. Satya Lokam. Prior to joining Microsoft Research, I worked as a software engineer (2016) and as an intern (2015) at Microsoft India Development Centre.
I pursued my undergraduate degree in Computer Science and Engineering at National Institute of Technology, Warangal '16 and a Technology Entrepreneurship and Product Design programme from Indian School of Business '16. My undergraduate project was advised by Prof. K. Ramesh from the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, and the IEEE EPICS project advised by Prof. Lokam Anjaneyulu from the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering. I was also advised by Prof. D.V.L.N. Somayajulu from the Department of Computer Science and Engineering.
New Accept the Risk and Continue: Measuring the Long Tail of Government https Adoption ACM IMC (2020)
New Blockene: A High-Throughput Blockchain Over Mobile Devices Usenix OSDI (2020)
Sambhav Satija, Apurv Mehra, Sudheesh Singanamalla, Karan Grover, Muthian Sivathanu, Nishanth Chandran, Divya Gupta, and Satya Lokam. 2020. Blockene: A High-Throughput Blockchain Over Mobile Devices. In the proceedings of the 14th Usenix Symposium on Operating Systems Design and Implementation (OSDI). 2020.
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PACT: Privacy Sensitive Protocols and Mechanisms for Mobile Contact Tracing IEEE Data Eng. Bull. (2020)
Justin Chan, Landon Cox, Dean Foster, Shyamnath Gollakota, Eric Horvitz, Joseph Jaeger, Sham Kakade, Tadayoshi Kohno, John Langford, Jonathan Larson, Puneet Sharma, Sudheesh Singanamalla, Jacob Sunshine, Stefano Tessaro.PACT: Privacy Sensitive Protocols and Mechanisms for Mobile Contact Tracing. In the IEEE Bulletin of the Technical Committee on Data Engineering - June 2020. Vol. 43 No. 2
Pocket ATM: Understanding and Improving ATM Accessibility in India ICTD X (2019)
Sudheesh Singanamalla, Venkatesh Potluri, Colin Scott and Indrani Medhi-Thies. 2019. PocketATM: Understanding and Improving ATM Accessibility in India. In the proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies and Development (ICTD ’19). Ahmedabad,India. ACM.(Download Slides)
Avatar: Enabling Immersive Collaboration via Live Mobile Video AltMM @ ACM MM (2018)
Sudheesh Singanamalla, William Thies, and Colin Scott. 2018. Avatar: Enabling Immersive Collaboration via Live Mobile Video. In 3rd International Workshop on Multimedia Alternate Realities(AltMM18), October 22, 2018, Seoul, Republic of Korea. Collocated with ACM Multimedia (ACMMM). ACM. (Download Slides)
Vishrambh: Trusted philanthropy with end-to-end transparency HCI for Blockchain @ ACM CHI (2018)
Apurv Mehra, Ankush Jain, Sudheesh Singanamalla, Satya Lokam, Muthian Sivathanu, and Jacki O'Neill. 2018. Vishrambh: Trusted philanthropy with end-to-end transparency. In 1st International Workshop on HCI for Blockchain - Studying, Critiquing, Designing and Envisioning distributed ledger technologies. CHI'18.