Hello! I'm Sartaj
Sartaj is currently a Software Engineer at the Energy Sciences Network (ESnet), Lawrence Berkeley National Lab in Berkeley, CA.
His work involves leveraging the Google Cloud Platform to perform network analytics in the cloud. Along with that, he is working on Open Source tools for processing and visualizing network traffic data. You can take a look at the projects here
Sartaj started his Master's in Information and Data Science at University of California, Berkeley in 2018 which he is pursuing part-time. In 2016, Sartaj completed his Bachelors in Engineering (B.E) from Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology in the field of Electronics and Communication Engineering.
He has past experience at research labs such as CERN, MIT Media Lab as well as building products for startups from the ground-up.
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Open Source Tools
Working on developing the following open source network data processing and visualization tools which have received over 400+ stars on github
These tools are being used internally (MyESnet Portal) as well as by a wide open source community
 Kiran, M., Murphy, P., Monga, I., Dugan, J., & Baveja, S. S. (2015, October). Lambda architecture for cost-effective batch and speed big data processing. In Big Data (Big Data), 2015 IEEE International Conference on (pp. 2785-2792). IEEE.
AWARDS AND HONORS
2015 - 2016
2012 - 2016
NSITOnline Web Team Lead
Merit Scholarship Awardee
Engineering Excellence Award by Twitter
Accepted to the MIT Media Lab Workshop
Gold Medal in the Inter College Tennis Tournament
Gold Medal for 7 years of academic excellence in high school