Adita Kulkarni

I am a Ph.D. student in the Department of Computer Science, SUNY Binghamton where I work with Prof. Anand Seetharam. My current work focuses primarily on caching and routing in information-centric networks. I am part of the research lab Future InterNet Design (FIND).


Information-centric Networks
Mobile Computing
Wireless Networks


  • Adita Kulkarni, Anand Seetharam, "Exploiting Correlations in Request Streams: A Case for Hybrid Caching in Cache Networks", accepted to IEEE Local Computer Networks, 2018 [Pdf]

  • Journals
  • Bitan Banerjee*, Adita Kulkarni*, Anand Seetharam (* Joint First Authors), "Greedy Caching-An Optimized Content Placement Strategy for Information-centric Networks", Elsevier Computer Networks, 2018 [Pdf]
  • G. V. Garje, Akshay Bansode, Suyog Gandhi and Adita Kulkarni, "Marathi to English Sentence Translator for Simple Assertive and Interrogative Sentences", International Journal of Computer Applications, Foundation of Computer Science, 2016 [Pdf]

  • Posters
  • Adita Kulkarni, Anand Seetharam, "Evaluating the Benefits of Caching and Stateless Forwarding in Mobile Information-centric Networks", in Proceedings of ACM/IEEE ANCS 2018 [Pdf]
  • Adita Kulkarni, Anand Seetharam, "Impact of Mobility on Performance of Caching Strategies in Information-centric Networks", in Proceedings of ACM Mobisys Women Workshop 2017 [Pdf]


2018 - Present

PhD Computer Science

SUNY Binghamton

New York, USA

2016 - 2017

MS Computer Science

SUNY Binghamton

New York, USA

2013 - 2016

BE Computer Engineering

Savitribai Phule Pune University

Maharashtra, India

2010 - 2013

Diploma in Computer Technology

Maharashtra State Board of Technical Education

Maharashtra, India


Spring 2018, Fall 2018

Graduate Teaching Assistant

Computer Networks, Computer Architecture and Organization

SUNY Binghamton

Summer 2018

Graduate Research Assistant

Information-centric Networks

SUNY Binghamton

Summer 2017, Fall 2017

Graduate Assistant

Information Technology Assistant at International Student and Scholar Services

SUNY Binghamton

Awards & Honors

  • ACM/IEEE ANCS 2018 Student Travel Grant Recipient
  • Sponsorship from James Bankoski (Google Engineering Director) and the Watson School (SUNY Binghamton) for attending Grace Hopper Celebration 2017
  • ACM MobiSys 2017 Student Travel Grant Recipient
  • Best Outgoing Student 2013, Sinhagad Institute's SVCP, Maharashtra State Board of Technical Education


G-20 Engineering Building
Department of Computer Science
SUNY Binghamton
NY 13902