New Delhi, Delhi, India -- 110020
I am an assistant professor of Computer Science & Engineering at IIIT-Delhi. 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, ACM SOSR, ACM IMC and IEEE Transactions on Cognitive Communications and Networking. For more details on my work, you can refer to my CV, my Google Scholar webpage or my research statement.
|Jan, 2021||Our paper on 360 video streaming accepted at IEEE Transactions on Network Service and Management.|
|Aug, 2020||I have joined the CSE Department of Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology (IIIT-Delhi) as Assistant Professor.|
|Aug, 2020||Our paper on providing low-latency compute service to public transport vehicles, in collaboration with Professor Soumi Chattopadhyay at IIIT-Guwahati, accepted at ICSOC 2020.|
|Feb, 2020||I am presenting my research on sensor selection for low-cost spectrum patrolling at Electrosense workshop in KU Leuven, Belgium.|
|Jan, 2020||Camera-ready version of our WEB paper is posted here.|
|Jan, 2020||Final version of my PhD thesis, “Towards Performance Guarantees in Emerging Wireless Network Applications”, is posted here.|
|Jan, 2020||Camera-ready version of our Infocom papers are posted here.|
|Jan, 2020||Our paper on intent-based automation framework for IoT systems accepted at The Web Conference (formerly known as WWW) 2020.|
|Jan, 2020||Invited talk at Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science (IACS) Kolkata on Friday, January 10|
|Dec, 2019||Two papers, one each on spectrum sensing and on 360 video streaming, accepted at IEEE Infocom 2020.|