Stony Brook University
Stony Brook, New York 11790
I am a research scholar at Stony Brook University, pursuing PhD in Computer Science. My research interests are in the domain of dynamic spectrum access and computation offloading, with an emphasis on improving user Quality of Experience. I work in the Wireless Networking and Systems (WINGS) Lab under Prof. Samir Das. I have also worked at SUNY Korea (a remote campus of Stony Brook) with Prof. Pradipta De on computation offloading. For more details on my work, you can refer to my CV or refer to my Google Scholar webpage.
In general, my work focuses on applications of algorithms and machine learning techniques to improve the reliability and scalability of systems. I also have a passing interest in utilizing formal verification techniques to ensure correctness of large-scale IoT systems.
|Mar, 2019||Camera-ready version of our SOSR paper is posted here.|
|Mar, 2019||Our paper on optimization of 360 video streaming accepted at IFIP Networking 2019.|
|Feb, 2019||Thesis Proposal on February 7, 2019|
|Jan, 2019||I am presenting my research on low-cost distributed spectrum patrolling on Graduate Research Day (Feb 6, 2019) at Stony Brook.|
|Jan, 2019||Our paper on resource optimization for LTE core is accepted at ACM SOSR 2019.|
|Jan, 2019||Camera-ready version of our PAM paper is posted here.|
|Dec, 2018||Our paper titled, “Spectrum Protection from Micro-Transmissions using Distributed Spectrum Patrolling”, accepted at PAM 2019.|
|Oct, 2018||Received travel grant to present our paper in Dyspan in Seoul.|
|Oct, 2018||Invited talk at SUNY-Korea on Friday, October 26 (2--3:20pm)|
|Aug, 2018||Camera-ready version of our Dyspan paper is posted here.|