Murali Ramanujam

I am a PhD student in the Department of Computer Science at Princeton University. I am advised by Prof. Ravi Netravali. My research spans the broad area of systems and networking. I'm currently investigating new systems debugging approaches and ways to accelerate the peformance of web applications. Prior to Princeton, I received my Master's degree in Computer Science from the University of Cambridge and Bachelor's degree from the National University of Singapore respectively.

PhD student. Computer Science, Princeton University.
Research area: Systems and networking.
Advisor: Prof. Ravi Netravali.

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    Princeton, NJ 08540
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Recent Publications

  1. Floo: Automatic, Lightweight Memoization for Faster Mobile Apps
    Murali Ramanujam, Helen Chen, Shaghayegh Mardani, Ravi Netravali.
    MobiSys 2022.
  2. NRG: A Network Perspective on Applications' Performance
    Noa Zilberman, Andrew W Moore, Billy Cooper, Jackson Woodruff, Yuta Tokusashi, Pietro Bressana, Murali Ramanujam, Diana Andreea Popescu, Salvator Galea.
    TMA 2021.
  3. Marauder: Synergized Caching and Prefetching for Low-Risk Mobile App Acceleration
    Murali Ramanujam, Harsha Madhyastha, Ravi Netravali.
    MobiSys 2021.
  4. Alohamora: Reviving HTTP/2 Push and Preload by Adapting Policies On the Fly
    Nikhil Kansal+, Murali Ramanujam+, Ravi Netravali. (+ equal contribution)
    NSDI 2021.
  5. P4DNS: In-Network DNS.
    Jackson Woodruff, Murali Ramanujam, Noa Zilberman.
    ANCS 2019.
  6. Towards a highly scalable network tester.
    Murali Ramanujam, Noa Zilberman.
    ANCS 2018.