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Maulik A Dave
Dunwoody, Georgia

Maulik A. Dave completed his PhD in Computer Science at the Indian Institute of Science. Earlier, he completed his BE in Civil Engineering at M.S. University of Baroda. His PhD thesis received an award from the Institute. For the thesis, he designed a new programming language and implemented a compiler for it. At the Indian Institute of Science, he was chairman of the students’ council for a year, and was actively involved in student activities. He has also completed the Madhyama purna exam of Gandharva Mahavidyalay for Indian classical music.

After finishing his education, he decided to join industry. In earlier years, he worked at companies such as Sun and IBM, as well as research startups. He established his own company later on. For the last nine years, he has worked as a developer in industry where he has applied his knowledge of programming and systems to develop and maintain various software systems. As part of the commercial world, he has obtained certificates for Java, MySQL, and software development. He has worked with technologies involving systems computing, enterprise computing, and applications.

During his education, his research areas of interests were compilers, programming languages, and parallel processing. Later on, his interests also included simulation and software development. His interests further grew when he started reviewing research papers and books. He has reviewed in almost all areas of computer science, as well as in management, engineering, and mathematics.

He has written 87 reviews in Computing Reviews. His most active year was 2012, when he wrote more than 25 reviews. He has also written reviews for the ACM SIGACT newsletter, IEEE Computer Society, and Mathematical Reviews. His research-based publications have appeared in the Journal of Indian Institute of Science and the Proceedings of the International Conference on High-Performance Computing. He has volunteered as the director of professional activities at IEEE Atlanta.


Exploiting hierarchical locality in deep parallel architectures
Anbar A., Serres O., Kayraklioglu E., Badawy A., El-Ghazawi T.  ACM Transactions on Architecture and Code Optimization 13(2): 1-25, 2016. Type: Article

Locality awareness in programs can be used to improve their execution performance on parallel computers. Modern parallel computers have many levels of parallelism; many cores on a chip and many chips in a node are examples. Locality awareness is t...


3D model deformations with arbitrary control points
Cerveró M., Vinacua A., Brunet P.  Computers and Graphics 57(C): 92-101, 2016. Type: Article

A proposal for a coordinate system for handling deformations of models is the subject of the paper. Deformations of models require transformations from the original model to the deformed model. The scheme proposed by the authors eliminates some dr...


Global perspectives on service science: Japan
Kwan S., Spohrer J., Sawatani Y.,  Springer International Publishing, New York, NY, 2016. 347 pp. Type: Book (978-1-493935-92-5)

Service science spans many disciplines such as business, management, computation, and human-machine interactions. This book is about the science of services. It has a collection of experiences from the last decade in Japan in service science. Japa...


Springer handbook of robotics (2nd ed.)
Siciliano B., Khatib O.,  Springer International Publishing, New York, NY, 2016. 2227 pp. Type: Book (978-3-319325-50-7)

This handbook describes a very large number of topics on robotics. It describes robots with individual functional, control, programming, social, application, and historical aspects. It provides necessary mathematics, algorithms, demonstrations, il...


Introduction to nonlinear thermomechanics of solids
Kleiber M., Kowalczyk P.,  Springer International Publishing, New York, NY, 2016. 346 pp. Type: Book (978-3-319334-54-7)

This book introduces thermomechanics mathematically. It progresses from an analysis of a simple bar with a force through various types of fundamental equation systems for thermomechanics. It explains how these fundamental equations can be used to ...


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