Ravi Madduri is actively involved in developing innovative software and networking technology. For example, as lead architect of the Reliable File Transfer, he designed novel testing and profiling capabilities, ensuring that it met the needs of key communities such as TeraGrid.
He implemented Grid file transfer patterns in the Java CoG Kit and developed a remote application virtualization infrastructure; the Grid-enable extension was incorporated in the Grid Service Authoring Toolkit and is used by NCI Information Systems.
Madduri is applying new technology in diverse science and engineering domains. For example, Ihe is a key contributor to the Cancer Bioinformatics Grid. He played a lead role in the evolution of GridFTP and its adoption by researchers for the Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory and the Large Hadron Collider. Moreover, as part of the NEESgrid project, he helped scientific teams incorporate Grid technology into their earthquake engineering research.
- Globus Project