Dr. Pinaki Chakraborty received his B.Tech. from Indraprastha University, and his M.Tech. and Ph.D. from Jawaharlal Nehru University, all in computer engineering. He teaches courses and researches on compiler construction and operating systems. He is also engaged in developing tools and techniques for efficient implementation of system software. He has published more than 40 research papers and serves as a reviewer to 5 reputed international journals.
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(Top 10 publications. Please visit my homepage for a complete list.)
Chakraborty, P. 2015. Fifty years of peephole optimization –Current Science,108(12):2186-2190.
Chakraborty, P. 2015. Is ‘compiler construction’ a dead subject? Current Science, 108(5): 777-778.
Chakraborty, P., Saxena, P. C., Katti, C. P., Pahwa, G. and Taneja, S. 2014. A new practicum in compiler construction. Computer Applications in Engineering Education, 22(3): 429-441.
Chakraborty, P., Saxena, P. C. and Katti, C. P. 2013. A compiler-based toolkit to teach and learn finite automata. Computer Applications in Engineering Education, 21(3): 467-474.
Chakraborty, P., Saxena, P. C. and Katti, C. P. 2012. Automata simulators: Classic tools for computer science education. British Journal of Educational Technology, 43(1): E11-E13.
Chakraborty, P., Saxena, P. C. and Katti, C. P. 2011. Fifty years of automata simulation: A review. ACM Inroads, 2(4): 59-70.
Chakraborty, P., Taneja, S., Saxena, P. C. and Katti, C. P. 2011. Teaching purpose compilers – An exercise and its feedback. ACM Inroads, 2(2): 47-51.
Chakraborty, P. 2011. Modeling a parser as an expert system. In: Segura, J. M. and Reiter, A. C. (Eds.) Expert System Software: Engineering, Advantages and Applications, Nova Science Publishers, pp. 91-102.
Chakraborty, P. and Chakrabarti, D. K. 2008. A brief survey of computerized expert systems for crop protection being used in India. Progress in Natural Science, 18(4): 469-473.
Chakraborty, P. 2007. A language for easy and efficient modeling of Turing machines. Progress in Natural Science, 17(7): 867-871.