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.
|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.|
|Aug, 2018||Our paper on impact of mobile hardware on Quality of Experience accepted at ACM IMC 2018.|
|Jul, 2018||Our paper on FPGA-based spectrum sensors accepted at IEEE Dyspan 2018.|
|Jun, 2018||I am joining Domenico’s group in IMDEA Networks Institute as an intern in Fall 2018.|
|Jun, 2018||I am participating in Shadow Program Committee of ACM Internet Measurement Conference (IMC) 2018.|
|Apr, 2018||Presented our paper at IEEE Infocom in Hawaii.|
|Jan, 2018||Camera-ready version of our Infocom paper is posted here.|
|Nov, 2017||Our paper on crowdsourced spectrum sensing, “Spectrum Patrolling with Crowdsourced Spectrum Sensors”, accepted at IEEE Infocom 2018.|