Okhla Phase-III

New Delhi, Delhi, India -- 110020

I am an assistant professor at IIIT-Delhi, with joint affiliation at both Computer Science and Engineering as well as Electronics and Communication Engineering departments. My research interests are in the domain of edge computing, video streaming and dynamic spectrum access. I finished my PhD at Stony Brook University where my advisor was Prof. Samir R. Das. I have also spent a year working at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm as a postdoctoral researcher working with Prof. James Gross.

In general, my work focuses on applications of algorithms and machine learning techniques to improve the reliability and scalability of different wireless network applications. My works have been published in venues like IEEE INFOCOM, USENIX ATC, ACM IMC and IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking. For more details on my work, you can refer to my CV, my Google Scholar webpage or my research statement. My group’s research has been generously funded by Science and Engineering Research Board (SERB), All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE), TiH iHub-Anubhuti as well as private companies like Cisco (via direct monetary sponsorship of projects) and Zulip (via support for unlimited usage for free).