|I will graduate in Spring 2017 and am currently in the job market. Here is a copy of my resume.|
I am a sixth year doctoral student in Computer Science at Stony Brook University advised by Prof. Samir Das. I obtained my undergraduate degree in Computer Science and Engineering from Jadavpur University in 2011. I hail from Calcutta, India.
My broad research goal is to improve user experience in next-generation wireless networks. I am passionate about architecting scalable systems running time-critical applications in intermittent network conditions. I am also interested in data-driven performance analysis/modeling of such systems. My research contributions have appeared in reputed systems & networking venues like Infocom'17, CoNEXT'16, Infocom'15, CoNEXT'14, IMC'14, MobiCom'13 etc.
Presented Experiential Capacity work at ACM CoNEXT 2016, Irvine, CA.
Our work on large scale distributed RF spectrum monitoring system, SpecSense, to appear in IEEE INFOCOM 2017. (acceptance ratio: 20.9%)
Our proposal on Bringing Spectrum Sensing to the Masses got funded by NSF. The abstract is here.
Our work (with HP Labs) on experience-capacity of wireless networks to appear in ACM Sigcomm CoNEXT 2016. (acceptance ratio: 18%)
I am teaching a graduate course on wireless signals and its applications this Fall.
Filed two patents based on my work at HP Labs. Our work is being currently productized by Aruba Networks (acquired by HP) in their admisison control/network selection technologies.
Started working as a research intern in HP Labs (Palo Alto, CA) in the Mobility and Networking group.
Presented Cellular Localization work at IEEE INFOCOM 2015.
Presented Measurement-Augmented spectrum database work at ACM CoNEXT 2014.
Our work on Cellular Localization to appear in IEEE INFOCOM 2015. (acceptance ratio: 19%)
Best paper award nominee at ACM IMC 2014.
Awarded NSF Travel grant for attending ACM Sigcomm CoNEXT 2014, Sydney, Australia.
Awarded NSF Travel grant for attending ACM IMC 2014, Vancouver, Canada.
Our proposal on Measurement-Augmented Spectrum Databases got funded by NSF. The abstract is here.
Our work on White Space Spectrum Databases got accepted in ACM Sigcomm CoNEXT 2014. (acceptance ratio: 19.6%)
Our work on performance comparison of MVNOs to appear in ACM IMC 2014. (acceptance ratio: 22%)
Awarded NSF Travel grant for attending ACM CoNEXT 2013, Santa Barbara, CA.
Presented Mobile spectrum sensing work at ACM MobiCom 2013.
Received NSF Student Travel Award and Microsoft Research ACM SRC grant for the same :)
[INFOCOM] Ayon Chakraborty, Shaifur Rahman, Himanshu Gupta and Samir Das, SpecSense: Crowdsensing for Efficient Querying of Spectrum Occupancy, in IEEE INFOCOM 2017, Atlanta, GA. (Acceptance Ratio: 20.9%) PDF SLIDES
[CoNEXT] Ayon Chakraborty, Shruti Sanadhya, Samir Das, Dongho Kim and Kyu-Han Kim, ExBox: Experience Management Middlebox for Wireless Networks, in ACM SIGCOMM CoNEXT 2016, Irvine, CA. (Acceptance Ratio: 18%) PDF SLIDES
[IMC] Fatima Zarinni, Ayon Chakraborty, Vyas Sekar, Phillipa Gill and Samir Das, A First Look at Performance in Mobile Virtual Network Operators, in ACM SIGCOMM IMC 2014, Vancouver, Canada. (Acceptance Ratio: 22.3%) [Best paper award nominee] PDF
[MOBICOM] Ayon Chakraborty, Samir Das and Milind Buddhikot, Radio Environment Mapping with Mobile Devices in the TV White Space, (Extended Abstract) in ACM MobiCom 2013, Maimi, FLorida. [Selected as finalist in ACM Student Research Competetion] PDF SLIDES
[CELLNET] Ayon Chakraborty and Samir Das, An Adaptive Network Selection Framework for Smartphone Applications, in the proceedings of ACM MobiSys workshop on Cellular Networks: Operations, Challenges, and Future Design, CellNet 2013, Taipei, Taiwan. PDF