I’m Lalith Suresh, a computer engineer by trade. This website hosts pointers to projects I’ve worked on, as well as a collection of articles I’ve authored over the years that range through being technical, non-technical, and often downright silly.
I’m currently a PhD student at Telekom Innovation Labs, Berlin, where I’m happy to be advised by Prof. Anja Feldmann and Dr. Marco Canini. Prior to this, I obtained a Masters degree in distributed computing across KTH, Stockholm and IST, Lisbon in June 2012, and a bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering from NIT-Jaipur in 2010.
My broad area of interest is distributed computing: theory and practice. I’m presently looking at questions revolving around the reliability of distributed systems deployed within data-center environments. Besides my research, I’m also an active open-source developer.
I maintain a broad spectrum of interests besides technology. I’m an avid music lover, with a deep fascination for the post-rock genre. I’m very passionate about anime/manga, and am always looking for enough time to pick up a new series. Gaming is something I tend to take rather seriously as well, my favourite genres being FPS and strategy. Maintenance shutdowns for my brain are usually accomplished through travelling, and my experiences then documented through photography. I also take shots at drawing comics.
I can be reached preferably via email at: suresh dot lalith at gmail.