I was born in Hyderabad, India on the 2nd August, 1977. I spent the first couple of years of my childhood in India (Erode and Hyderabad) before moving to Oman with my parents. I graduated High School in the Sultanate of Oman in 1994 and returned home to India to get my undergraduate degree in Computer Engineering from the Manipal Institute of Technology.
I received a DOE (Department of Electronics, Government of India) scholarship to get my M.Eng in Avionics from the Madras Institute of Technology. I worked in both the defence and private sectors before coming to MIT.
I am currently associated with the Lean Aerospace Initiative, working on Enterprise Architecting Issues. For more details, visit Professional. It contains information about my current and past projects. My current home department is Aeronautics and Astronautics.
Hardware-Software Codesign of Real-Time Operating Systems
Methodologies for Teaching Aero-Astro Undergraduates About Computers and Programming
jksrini at mit.edu
Last revised: 10/02/2003