Naveen N. Kulkarni

About

Hi, I'm a first year PhD student at Software Engineering Research Center (SERC), IIIT Hyderabad, AP, India. I'm also a full time employee of Infosys Ltd. and work as a senior research scientist at Infosys Labs. I live in Bengaluru (aka Bangalore) and love the city for its wonderful eateries; it is for me a real Malgudi. As my study locus is in Hyderabad, I frequently travel between cities. My professional career started in 2000 with a satisfying 4 years of architecting software systems at iNautix Chennai, then another challenging 4 years of specializing in emerging technologies continued with intriguing 4+ years of research on software engineering at Infosys Labs Bengaluru. I like travelling and meeting people across world. A self confessed foodie; a veggie by option looking for every chance to savor new cuisines. A gadget freak who wishes to own every cool gadgets that is found on this planet.

Research Interests

  • Software Reuse
  • Software Architecture and Evolution
  • Search based Software Engineering
  • Social Network applications in Software Engineering
  • Geographically Distributed Software Development
  • Services Science and Service Oriented Architecture

Publications

Journal

  • Naveen N. Kulkarni, Vasudeva Varma: Perils of opportunistically reusing software module Software: Practice and Experience,Wiley Online Library 2016:
  • Abdelkarim Erradi, Naveen N. Kulkarni, Sriram Anand: Service design principles: a case study in modeling services for the securities trading domain. Comput. Syst. Sci. Eng. 2006:
  • Naveen N. Kulkarni, Senthil Kumar Kumarasamy Mani, Srinivas Padmanabhuni: Web Services: E-Commerce Partner Integration. IT Professional 2005: 23-28

Conference and Workshop

  • Naveen N. Kulkarni, Satya Prateek Bommaraju, Madhuri Dasa: Structural evolution of software: a social network perspective. WETSoM 2014: 19-22
  • Jae Young Bang, Ivo Krka, Nenad Medvidovic, Naveen N. Kulkarni, Srinivas Padmanabhuni: How software architects collaborate: Insights from collaborative software design in practice. CHASE@ICSE 2013: 41-48
  • Naveen N. Kulkarni, Deepti Parachuri, Madhuri Dasa, Abhishek Kumar: Automated Analysis of Textual Use-Cases: Does NLP Components and Pipelines Matter? APSEC 2012: 326-329
  • Naveen N. Kulkarni, Deepti Parachuri, Shashank Trivedi: Towards a Foundation for Quantitative Service Analysis. IEEE SCC 2010: 618-620
  • Jae Young Bang, Daniel Popescu, George Edwards, Nenad Medvidovic, Naveen N. Kulkarni, Girish M. Rama, Srinivas Padmanabhuni: CoDesign: a highly extensible collaborative software modeling framework. ICSE (2) 2010: 243-246
  • Naveen N. Kulkarni, Deepti Parachuri, Shashank Trivedi: Quantitative Service Analysis. ICSOC 2010: 731
  • Vishal Dwivedi, Naveen N. Kulkarni: Information as a Service in a Data Analytics Scenario - A Case Study. ICWS 2008: 615-620
  • Naveen N. Kulkarni, Vishal Dwivedi: The Role of Service Granularity in a Successful SOA Realization - A Case Study. SERVICES I 2008: 423-430
  • Abdelkarim Erradi, Naveen N. Kulkarni, Piyush Maheshwari: Service Design Process for Reusable Services: Financial Services Case Study. ICSOC 2007: 606-617
  • Naveen N. Kulkarni, Srinivas Padmanabhuni: An Architectural Framework for Non Functional Requirements in Enterprise SOA Adoption. WICSA 2007: 36
  • Abdelkarim Erradi, Sriram Anand, Naveen N. Kulkarni: SOAF: An Architectural Framework for Service Definition and Realization. IEEE SCC 2006: 151-158
  • Abdelkarim Erradi, Sriram Anand, Naveen N. Kulkarni: Evaluation of Strategies for Integrating Legacy Applications as Services in a Service Oriented Architecture. IEEE SCC 2006: 257-260
  • Naveen N. Kulkarni, K. M. Senthil Kumar, Srinivas Padmanabhuni: Reckoning Legislative Compliances with Service Oriented Architecture A Proposed Approach. IEEE SCC 2005: 16-23